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Nowa publikacja Wojciecha Ciszewskiego w Oxford Journal of Law and Religion
The article focuses on a crucial segment of a discussion regarding the legitimacy of conscientious exemptions, namely the burden inquiry. I argue that the main justifications advanced for the incommensurable religious costs account and the subjective religious costs account do not stand up to critical scrutiny, and that the objective religious costs account is the most plausible position in this debate.
Ciszewski, W. (2021). Conscience and the Burden Inquiry—What and Why Should be Investigated in Exemption Cases?. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion.
This research was supported by a grant of the National Science Centre, Poland, no. 2015/17/B/HS1/02279 awarded to Tomasz Żuradzki.