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Regulating Religion in Italy

Constitution Does (not) Matter

Pietro Faraguna

government, judges, and the Constitutional Court in particular) tried to balance and develop the potentially conflicting principles included in the 1948 Constitution in the field of religious freedom, equality, and state-church relations. The article elaborates on three particularly controversial examples

Mark D. Rosen

Approaches  133 3.4 No Strict Priority  135 3.5 Does Soft Monism Offer Additional Guidance?  137 3.6 Beyond Balancing: Introducing the Metaphor of Orchestration  139 4 Conclusion and Prologue to Future Work 144 1 Introduction There are two possible ways to conceptualize the relationship

Darrell Addison Posey

The 'Balance Sheet' and the 'Sacred Balance': Valuing the Knowledge of Indigenous and Traditional Peoples1 DARRELL ADDISON POSEY Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics and Society Mansfield College University of Oxford Oxford OX1 3TF, UK ABSTRACT Indigenous and traditional peoples, who often

Ann Shearer

weighing and re-weighing which, as Ripa says, eventually ensures that each party receives their due, neither more nor less. This takes the process of discernment beyond the immediate offence and prescribed punishments to search for a re-balancing which can encompass the complexities of individual

David Lodge

INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL ISSUE FROM THE BALANCE TO THE FLUX OF NATURE: THE POWER OF METAPHOR IN CROSS-DISCIPLINE CONVERSATIONS David Lodge The papers in this special issue of Worldviews are a subset of con- tributed papers from a February 2002 conference on “Ecology, Theology, and Judeo

Jonathan Joseph

the term is closer to the Greek idea of rule and domination. Gramsci introduced the idea of a balance between force and consent, stressing the complexities of constructing and maintaining hegemony in society. ⸙

Daniel Randles, Jessica Tracy and not-specified

balance. These psychological and social costs raise the question of whether shame has functional value. ⸙

Wessel Stoker

distinguished: (1) a radical view of transcendence in post-metaphysical and difference thinkers (Kierkegaard, Levinas, Marion); (2) a radical view of immanence (Spinoza, Hegel, Nietzsche); and (3) a position that seeks a balance between transcendence and immanence. The meaning of transcendence and of immanence

Haberer, J.

(Christians/Rotzoll/Fackler). Medienethisches Nachdenken vollzieht sich in der Balance zw. journalistischer, systemtheoretischer, publikumsethischer und kasuistischer Perspektive.