State and Religion in Israel
A Philosophical-Legal Inquiry
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Part I. Theory: 1. Liberalism and neutrality(1): arguments against support; 2. Liberalism and neutrality(2): arguments against preference; 3. The assumed dangers of religion; 4. Religious reasons for separation; 5. Freedom of religion; 6. Protection of religious feelings; 7. Freedom from religion; 8. Religious coercion: the place of religious arguments in the public sphere; Part II. From Theory to Practice: 9. Marriage and divorce; 10. Religious education; 11. Serving religious needs; 12. Drafting Yeshiva students into the army; 13. The Sabbath in a Jewish state; 14. The Supreme Court on the protection of and from religion; 15. Minority religions in Israel.
Discusses state and religion relations in Israel by applying a general theory regarding the role of religion in liberal countries.