Acting on conscience: How can we responsibly mix law, religion and politics?

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Brennan, Frank Tenison. (2007). Acting on conscience: How can we responsibly mix law, religion and politics University of Queensland Press.
AuthorsBrennan, Frank Tenison
Abstract

In this book, Frank Brennan explores some of the legal, moral and ethical issues that capture the public imagination, and critically examines the figures in public life who pass judgment on them.

KeywordsHuman Rights Law
ISBN0702235822
Research GroupThomas More Law School
Year2007
PublisherUniversity of Queensland Press
Place of publicationAustralia
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