Defining Harm: Religious Freedom and the Limits of the Law by Lori G. Beaman

By Lori G. Beaman

Long ago a number of years faith has more and more turn into an fundamental element of discussions approximately range and multiculturalism in Canada. Of specific trouble has been the formula of limits on spiritual freedom. Defining damage explores the ways that faith and spiritual freedom are conceptualized and controlled in a cultural context of worry of the "other" and spiritual "extremism."

Drawing from literature on threat society, governance, feminist felony idea, and non secular rights, Lori Beaman appears on the case of Jehovah’s Witness Bethany Hughes who was once denied her correct to refuse therapy at the foundation of her non secular conviction. The B.H. case, because it was once recognized within the courts, displays a selected second within the socio-legal therapy of non secular freedom and divulges the explicit intersection of spiritual, scientific, criminal, and different discourses within the governance of the spiritual citizen.

A robust exam of the governance of a spiritual citizen and of the bounds of spiritual freedom, this booklet demonstrates that the stakes in debates on non secular freedom usually are not with regards to ideals and practices but in addition have implications for the development of citizenship in a various state.

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