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Richard Garnett: Articoli scritti

Richard W. Garnett ha studiato alla Duke University e a Yale, dove ha conseguito il dottorato in legge nel 1995 ed è stato direttore del Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities. A Notre Dame tiene corsi di diritto penale, procedura penale, diritto del Primo Emendamento e sulla pena di morte. I suoi campi di interesse e ricerca comprendono anche il pensiero sociale cattolico. Le relazioni Stato-Chiesa, il ruolo pubblico della religione, la libertà di parola e di associazione e la libertà religiosa. Richard W. Garnett received his B.A. in philosophy summa cum laude from Duke University in 1990, and his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1995. He served as senior editor of the Yale Law Journal and as editor of the Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities. At Notre Dame, he teaches courses on criminal law, criminal procedure, First Amendment law, and the death penalty. His areas of research interest and expertise include: Catholic Social Thought, Church / State relations, Religion in the public square, School choice, Free speech and expressive association and Free exercise of religion.


CATHOLICS/ A fascinating "what if?" about colonial America

What if the first American colonists had been Catholics seeking refuge from Elizabethan persecution? A new book from Oxford tells the story. By RICHARD GARNETT

WORKERS/ Catholic Social Teaching and public-employee unions

According to RICHARD GARNETT the political community, as an employer, has obligations to citizens and future generations that can affect the "right to unionize" of public employees

SECULARISM/ Garnett: School vouchers, intolerance, and justice

It will be an increasingly difficult political and legal fight to preserve Catholic institutions' ability and freedom to be, if they want to be, Catholic institutions. By RICHARD GARNETT

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY/ Rick Garnett: "Bigotry" v. "Sincerely held religious belief"

RICHARD GARNETT, Notre Dame University, examines the issue of religious liberty in the light of the recently vetoed Arizona RFRA proposal and, more generally, of antidiscrimination laws

MR. ZMUDA DISMISSAL/ "Gay Marriages Confront Catholic School Rules"

A Catholic school ought to be able to decide whether or not a particular teacher or administrator is failing to teach and form students in accord with the Church's teachings. By RICK GARNETT

ELSHTAIN/ Moral Anthropology, Social Ontology, and Authentic Human Freedom

The late Jean Bethke Elshtain understood that human beings are inherently relational, arguing that families are essential for human flourishing. By RICHARD W. GARNETT

DEBATE/ Catholicism and "libertarianism" (again)

RICHARD GARNETT, Notre Dame University, intervenes in the running debate on Catholicism and libertarianism to highlight that not everything in the latter is incompatible with the former

ECONOMIC FREEDOM/ A debate on capitalism and conservatism

RICHARD GARNETT, University of Notre Dame, comments on the debate at First Things about the social consequences of capitalism and the level of government intervention that is required

US/ Garnett (Notre Dame): Who has a "Pope Francis Problem"? Not only Republicans . . .

RICHARD GARNETT underlines the impossibility to reduce Pope Francis, his predecessors, the Church - and Christ - to any party of the American politics, as some commentators would like

US/ Why would any Catholic (of any stripe, brand, or variety) support the NYT?

Times thinks it is part of its job to keep the complaints about the Church flowing and visible. Why, and why should Catholics (liberal, conservative, whatever) support it? RICHARD GARNETT

US ELECTIONS/ The "On All of Our Shoulders" statement

RICHARD GARNETT discusses the budget proposal of Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan, on why many Catholics oppose it, and on the Church’s teaching about the common good.

U.S./ More on religious freedom, the Bishops, politics, and the Commonweal editorial

RICHARD GARNETT discusses the Bishop’s statement on religious freedom, and whether or not it is, or can be perceived as, partisan, responding to reactions from the public. 

EDUCATION/ Some thoughts on Catholic law schools and universities

RICHARD GARNETT comments on the role, mission and aims of Catholic law schools, what makes them different and better able to prepare students, focusing on Notre Dame’s law school.

U.S./ Wack-a-Doddle-ry in ACLU v. Sebelius

RICK GARNETT comments on the decision of a Massachusetts judge to prevent the government from providing funds to the Catholic bishops in their fight against human trafficking. 

HHS MANDATE/ It still undermines religious freedom

RICHARD W. GARNETT answers some objections to the Catholic Church’s position on the HHS mandate proposed by the Obama administration, which is seen as a violation of religious freedom.

HOLY SEE/ The "Note on Financial Reform"

Rick Garnett comments on the Vatican’s Note on Financial Reform, and how it should be viewed in the light of the financial crisis and the protest movements sweeping the globe.

COURTS/ Protecting the Rights of Religious Communities

Rick Garnett discusses churches’ exemption from anti-discrimination laws, especially in the Hosanna-Tabor case. When can the government intervene in church affairs?

HOLY LAND/ The Incarnation

God did not save us by becoming an idea. He saved us by becoming a flesh-and-blood person, who was "crucified, died, and was buried" in a real place, one that we can touch  

U.S./ Religious Freedom, Congress, and Supreme Court

The United States was founded explicitly to protect religious freedom, but religious freedom is more and more put in question  

ANNE RICE/ The "plight of the liberal Catholic"

Labels such as "liberal Catholic" and "conservative Catholic" are not very helpful in understanding reality, and are too often used as epithets. As it happens in the case of Anne Rice  
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