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ISBN: 9781459406292-06

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Academic Freedom as a Contraint on Freedom of Religion

From: Academic Freedom in Conflict


John Baker offers a philosophical analysis of whether it is plausible to claim that an institution can require compliance with tenets of a religion while being capable of fulfilling the societal roles expected of a university.



John Baker

JOHN BAKER was educated and taught at Oxford until moving to the Philosophy Department at the University of Calgary. His recent publications have been on restorative justice, on rights, and on the nature of moral reasoning.