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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 113
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This collection of papers was developed from the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) World Congress in Bucharest, Romania in 2022. The essays take a fresh look at the nature and authority of conscience, and to consider the extent to which the law should recognize claims of conscience. The contributions have been curated into three main sections, moving from more general philosophical questions, to fundamental jurisprudential concerns, and then to specific dilemmas of conscience faced today.
Table of contents
Introduction − Angus J. L. Menuge and Barry W. Bussey
PART I: THE NATURE AND AUTHORITY OF CONSCIENCE
Some Preliminaries on Conscience, Morality, and the State − Paul Copan
Three-Dimensional Conscience: A Theo-Legal Proposal for Testing Conscience Claims − David Guretzki
Conscience Inside Out: From Inner Compunction to Common Reason in Action − Hendrik Kaptein
Understanding Fundamental Rights: The Role of Conscience − Michał Rupniewski
PART II: CONSCIENCE AND THE RULE OF LAW
The Independence of Judicial Conscience − Barry W. Bussey
Public Policy in Crisis: When May the Government Override Rights of Conscience? − Justice Dallas K. Miller and Angus J. L. Menuge
The Inner Compass and the Outer Law: Insights into Functions and Malfunctions of the Conscience − Claudia Mariéle Wulf
PART III: DILEMMAS OF CONSCIENCE
Conscience and Democracy − Brian Bird
Rights and Responsibilities of Conscience: The Courts Cannot Have It Both Ways − Andy Steiger
Medical Conscience Rights (and Wrongs) in Canada − Janet Epp Buckingham
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