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The Concept of Pluralism in the case law of the ECtHR

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 December 2007

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Meanings of pluralism in different disciplines – Meaning in jurisprudence, esp. ECtHR – Feature of society and idea of society – Individual freedom v. group existence – Politics, religion, education – Pluralism as expression of rights and as guarantee of rights – Rejection of legal pluralism – Contradiction of elitist theory – State protection of pluralism and its limits

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Copyright © Asser Press 2007

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