Essays in Honor of Gerhard E. A Reply to Hirschfeld et al.
Fundamental Rights Term 1. Law Law, for our purposes, can be defined in three ways; as a rule established by authority, society or custom, as a judicial system or its workings, and as a code of ethics or behavior.
Refer to Part I: Review the five branches or steps of philosophy; metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, politics and aesthetics. Law comes from the fourth branch of philosophy, politics.
It involves an understanding by a given society or culture of the ultimate meaning of life and how to live accordingly. Public safety, order, health or morals concerns the community of people as a whole.
They are concerns that affect or act on behalf of a public community of people.
Safety Safety is defined as freedom from danger, risk or injury. States are permitted to limit the manifestation of a religion or belief only if it is specified in law, proportional to the act being limited and is done to prevent such things as incitement to terrorism against the public, panicking a crowd in a public place, etc.
National security does not fall within this definition. Community reports need to be especially diligent in its process of investigation to see if there are legitimate limits to a religion or belief based on public safety, or if it is an excuse by the State for acts of intolerance and discrimination against a religion or belief.
Order Order is defined as the existing structures of a given society and the way in which they are maintained and preserved by the rule of law. Order is a term that is used by some States to officially register majority and minority religions or beliefs. This is controversial in some cases in that majority religions may receive preference and benefits on the basis of registration.
But it is intended to protect the public as a whole by establishing an order or registration that keeps everyone informed of the activities of each religion or belief. Order includes issuing local permits for marches, public speeches, etc. Local rules and regulations should pertain to all organizations including religions or beliefs.
Article 6 of the U. Declaration identifies nine rights to manifest a religion or belief. If any of these are denied or limited based on public order, such a limitation needs to be challenged.
Monitors need to research national laws relating to registration and local rules and regulations that sometimes run counter to national law, based on the wishes of a majority religion or belief to discriminate against minorities.
Health Health, for our purposes, is defined as personal and community freedom from disease or abnormality. Most States have public health ministries or departments at national and local levels, charged with the responsibility of protecting the health of the community as a whole.
A State may limit the manifestations of a religion or belief if they think it is a threat to a person or the community. Disputes about the rights of the State to limit the manifestation of a religion or belief generally occur when the rites and customs of the belief may endanger the life or general health of a person or community of like-minded believers.
Well known examples include the use of drugs for religious ceremonies, or the practice of animal sacrifice for a religious holiday, that run counter to the public health practices of the community.
Morals Morals are rules or habits of conduct based on conscience. They may be private or public. Known as ethics, morals are the third branch of philosophy, identifying how to act according to an ultimate meaning of life. Morals mean different things to different people.
States with a diversity of beliefs have a harder time defining limits to the manifestation of a religion or belief based morality, because of diverse understandings of the ultimate meaning of life and how to live accordingly.
Concepts of Morality The U. This is an example of the complexity of using the U. Declaration as a paradigm, to research and monitor human rights and freedom of religion or belief in a community.
Fundamental Rights Fundamental rights are defined as basic or primary. The term comes from the Latin word fundamentum meaning foundation. Declaration is linked to all fundamental rights.
There are legitimate reasons for limiting an expression of a belief. The possibility of incitement to riot a crowd because of inflammatory rhetoric is another example.
Belgium presented a detailed explanation of the functioning and mandate of a Parliamentary Commission responsible for producing a policy to curb the dangers sects represent to individuals, and in particular minors. The Commission defines the difference between sects that have normal activities representing freedom of religion or belief and fundamental rights, and harmful sectarian organizations claiming to have a philosophical or religious purpose whose organization or practice involves illegal or injurious activities, harms individuals or society or impairs human dignity.
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