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  • Pluralismo religioso e pluralismo giuridico: il caso della "controversia sulla Shar'a."
    Rosati, Massimo (2010)
    In Vittorio Cotesta, Alberto Febbrajo, Enzo Pace, and Roberto Segatori (eds.) Il pluralismo religioso tra politica, diritto e società. Soveria Mannelli, Catanzaro, pp. 123-138.

    Western approaches to the church/state relationship have an Augustinian/Protestant bias insofar as religion is only an interior matter. Calls for subsidiarity without using the term.

    Associated Search Terms: Laïcité; Pluralism; State; Subsidiarity; Law; Privatism
  • Médiation et institution catholique.
    Palard, Jacques (2006)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 133: 9-26.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Subsidiarity; Conflict
  • The Principle of Subsidiarity.
    Voyé, Liliane (1994)
    In John Fulton and Peter Gee (eds.) Religion in Contemporary Europe. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 109-124.

    Subsidiarity has a largely Catholic history, though its origins share those of the Reformation. The popes have symbolic power while the subsidiary bishops' conferences have administrative control. There is an analogous political application to Europe.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbol; Bishops´ conference; Subsidiarity; Papacy; Catholic
  • The Principle of Subsidiarity Viewed by the Sociology of Organizations.
    Kaufmann, Franz-Xaver (1988)
    The Jurist 48: 275-291.

    Reflections on the Catholic teaching that higher authorities should allow lower ones to realize their potential.

    Associated Search Terms: Subsidiarity; Catholic; Organization
  • Subsidiarity from a Sociologist's Point of View.
    Voyé, Liliane (1988)
    The Jurist 48: 292-297.

    Reflections on the Catholic teaching that higher authorities should allow lower ones to realize their potential.

    Associated Search Terms: Organization; Catholic; Subsidiarity
  • The Principle of Subsidiarity.
    Kenney, John F. (1955)
    American Catholic Sociological Review 16:1: 31-36.

    Associated Search Terms: Subsidiarity; Organization
  • The Principle of Subsidiarity in the Christian Tradition.
    Mueller, Franz H. (1943)
    American Catholic Sociological Review 4:3: 144-157.

    Associated Search Terms: Subsidiarity
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