Weithman, Paul J. (Fellow, 2000-01)
From the publisher's description:
This book takes issue with those who would seek to place restrictions on the participation of religious organizations in politics, arguing that their position underestimates the benefits, and overestimates the costs, of having religiously motivated citizens participate in this way. It will appeal to readers in philosophy and politics.
Subjects: Philosophy; Religion; Citizenship; Democracy; Political Philosophy; Political Theology; Social Philosophy;