Undergraduate Course Code: LAW321H1F L0101
Religion and the Liberal State: The Case of Islam
This seminar will address, as a theoretical matter, the relationship of religion to a liberal state, with particular attention to the writings of John Rawls as set forth in Political Liberalism and leading religion cases law from Canada, the United States and the European Court of Human Rights that address the relationship of religion and a liberal constitutional order. The course will also provide an introduction into classical and modern Islamic thought on the State.
ONLINE-S = Online Synchronous
ONLINE-A =Online Asynchronous