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Zachary R. Calo

to institutional religious freedom trumps other factors. The European Court had another opportunity to consider the matter in Siebenhaar v . Germany , which involved a kindergarten teacher fired from a Protestant school because of her involvement with another religious community. 65 Siebenhaar

The Legal Status of Religious Groups in Argentina

Toward a Multi-Confessional System

Fernando Arlettaz

religion clause was inspired by Juan Bautista Alberdi’s constitutional project. Alberdi, an Argentinian political theorist of the 19th century, was convinced that religious freedom was important to attract European immigration, especially from Protestant countries. He considered it imperative to colonize

The Secular State in a Declining Europe

Beyond the End of the European Universal Dream

Silvio Ferrari

by progressively pushing religion to the margins of the public sphere, which Christianity, at least in its Protestant and later Catholic streams, was able to accept better than did other religions. Is this type of state equally functional in a post-Christian Europe, and is it capable of managing its