Religion and Human Rights: An Introduction

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INDEX
abolitionist states, 370
Abou el-Fadl, Khaled, 65, 69, 298
Abshar-Abdallah, Ulil, 65
absolute freedom of belief, 257–59
Abu-Nimer, Mohammed, 359
accommodationist regimes, 367–68
Act of Toleration (1689), 158
acultural beings, 90
adversariality, 114–16
Afghanistan, 3
Afkhami, Mahnaz, 298
agapism, 46–48
agent-dimension of moral order, 50
Ahdar, Rex, 23
Ahmadi Muslims, 351
Ahmed, Leila, 65, 69, 295, 298
Ahmed, Rafiuddin, 351
Ali, Kecia, 65
Ali, Shaheen Sardar, 65, 70
alimony, 284–85, 291–92
Alito, Samuel, 161
Alston, Philip, 329
Ambrose of Milan, 51–52
American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 124
Ames, Roger, 90, 101
Amor, Abdelfattah, 187, 230
The Analects, 87–88
anatman, 109–10
Anaya, James, 133, 253
Andersen, Svend, 329
Anderson, Alan, 344
Angle, Stephen C, 102
animal rights, 32, 46, 110–11, 338–42
An-Na’im, Abdullahi, 23, 70, 136, 151, 298, 377
anthropocentrism, 338–41
Anwar, Zainah, 289
Appleby, R. Scott, 23, 359
Aquinas, Thomas, 49, 155, 324
arbitrary force, 144–45, 146, 147
Arieh Hollis Waldman v. Canada, 181
Ariyaratne, A.T., 111
Arnardottir, Oddny, 315
Asad, Talal, 136, 147
“Asian values” debate, 101n28, 103, 105–6, 114
asocial beings, 90
assimilation, of indigenous people, 120–25
association, freedom of
autonomy of religious communities and, 227–29
conclusions on, 231
international laws on, 220–22
introduction to, 218–19
reach and limits of, 222–25
regulation of, 225–27
for sects, cults, and new religions, 230–31
atman Brahman, 83
Aung San Suu Kyi, 103, 105–6
Australia
freedom of expression and, 192–93
indigenous assimilation in, 121
autonomy
Confucianism and, 90–93
conscience and, 163–64
of religious communities, 227–29
right to, 50
ter Avest, K.H. (Inda), 314
Baderin, Mashood A., 70
Baer, Richard A., Jr., 187
Bamat, Tom, 359
Banchoff, Thomas, 359
Barnett, Barbara, 23, 151
basic rights, 139, 142, 146
Basil of Caesarea, 51–52
Bauer, Joanne R., 118
Bauer, Joseph, 23
Bauman, Whitney, 344
Baxi, Upendra, 72, 75, 76–77, 82, 85
Bayle, Pierre, 156
Beiner, Ronald, 164
Bell, Daniel A., 23, 101n28, 102, 118
benevolence, 94–95
Benhabib, Seyla, 298
Berman, N., 253

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