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Comparing Traditionalism and Originalism II

Here’s the second of my two posts on traditionalism and originalism in constitutional interpretation. This post discusses the Noel Canning decision, and one of its main points concerns the institutional pluralism (legal, political, social, and cultural) of the traditionalist method. 889 more words

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Welcome to the Blogosphere "Religion Going Public"!

Professor Helge Årsheim (University of Oslo) writes to me with news of a very good new blog, Religion Going Public. The blog’s focus is primarily on religion, culture, and politics in Norway, Scandinavia, and Europe, with a very interesting group of contributors. 8 more words

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Comparing Traditionalism and Originalism

I have the first of two posts up at the Liberty Law blog comparing originalism and traditionalism in constitutional interpretation. The first post uses Town of Greece v. 632 more words

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Magna Carta's Votaries, Skeptics, and Traditionalists

I have this new post on the subject of law and tradition at the Library of Law and Liberty, the fourth in my Tradition Project series. 370 more words

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"Tradition and the Judicial Talent"

Playing on TS Eliot’s famous essay, that is the title of the third entry in my Law and Tradition series at the Liberty Fund’s blog. 510 more words

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"The Social Equality of Religion or Belief" (Alan Carling, ed.)

I’m pleased to announce that The Social Equality of Religion or Belief, edited by Professor Alan Carling, will be released in March by Palgrave Macmillan and is now available for pre-order. 695 more words

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Third Biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion Kicks off February 1

Mark and I are excited for the start of our third biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion in Spring 2016. This seminar invites leading law and religion scholars to make presentations to a small audience of students and faculty. 105 more words

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