Religious-Based Conflicts through the Academic Dialogue

Mongan Cook


Religious-based conflicts in democratic states have been a subject of academic deliberation within a vast number of fields. The following chapter attempts to sort out the different questions generated by such conflicts, to analyze the primary method offered to diffuse them and its shortcomings, and to explain why specific characteristics of the legal system can be utilized as reconciling mechanisms for such conflicts.


Religious; Conflicts; Academic

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