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Educação e símbolos religiosos no Reino Unido e na Itália: uniformidade ou subsidiariedade?

Frank Cranmer, Javier García Oliva

Resumo


A discussão sobre a exibição de símbolos religiosos em escolas questiona até que ponto eles podem ter algum efeito prejudicial sobre menores impressionáveis. Contudo, seu aspecto mais importante diz respeito ao debate sobre o lugar da religião na sociedade: tanto o grau em que preferências religiosas pessoais deveriam ser acomodadas quanto o grau em que democracias liberais podem legitimamente demonstrar qualquer caráter religioso – e ambos são fundamentais para a questão da coesão social.


Palavras-chave


educação religiosa; laicidade; crucifixo; igreja; religiosidade.

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