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DeGirolami, "Virtue, Freedom, and the First Amendment"

I’ve recently posted this paper, Virtue, Freedom, and the First Amendment. Here is the abstract.

The modern First Amendment embodies the idea of freedom as a fundamental good of contemporary American society. 775 more words

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Trollope's "The Warden": An Exceptional Law and Religion Novel

A small distraction from various present horrors. I have written about Anthony Trollope before, one of the greatest and most unjustly under-appreciated (at least in the United… 771 more words


Inazu on Falwell, Flynt, and "Confident Pluralism"

John Inazu has an interesting column at The Hedgehog Review concerning his new book, Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference. I had not known the denouement of the Flynt/Falwell affair. 358 more words



Thanks again to Rick Garnett, Phillip Munoz, and the hardworking staff at the Notre Dame Law Review for hosting us at the conference on religious liberty last week. 62 more words

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Panel Two: Examining the History of Dignitatis Humanae

The second panel kicks off with Phillip Muñoz, whose talk concerns the limits of state power with respect to religion as a historical matter in the text of state constitutions. 284 more words

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Panel 1: Religious Freedom, the First Amendment, and U.S. Law

I’m here with Mark at the Notre Dame conference and thought I would live blog some of the panels today.

The first panel deals with the First Amendment proper. 489 more words

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New Law and Religion Center at Villanova Law School

Hearty congratulations to our friends at Villanova Law School on their new Center for Law and Religion!! Details are here. We look forward to many wonderful collaborations!

Marc O. DeGirolami