Civil liberties, national security and prospects for consensus: legal, philosophical, and religious perspectives.
- Esther Reed (ed.)
- Cambridge University Press, 2012
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In this collection of essays, the contributors debate how to move beyond the false dichotomy whereby fundamental human rights and international standards are conceived as something to be balanced against security as they examine the claim that this aim might better be advanced by the inclusion in public debate of explicitly religious voices.