The article carries out a theoretical and legal study of religious organizations as participants in the discourse of the concept of human rights, clarification of the peculiarities of their perception of human rights in the historical context. It is proved that the contribution of Western and Eastern religious organizations to the development of the concept of human rights is not homologous.
The article substantiates the role of religious organizations in the protection of human environmental rights, analyzes their activities, and determines the methods of legal regulation of their participation in the environmental policy of the state.
In this review, we examine the content of the first Ukrainian textbook written by V. Petrushenko, which is devoted to the key issues of epistemology of religion. The review analyses all parts of the work, which comprehensively reveal the most important issues of this section of philosophy, with an emphasis on modern research. The author relies on methodological pluralism in the disclosure of topics, trying to reveal the issues as deeply and thoroughly as possible.
The article is devoted to the recognition of the impossibility of the disappearance of the phenomenon of religiosity in society and the obvious facts of the influence of religion on the processes of formation and development of law.
An analysis of many historical sources convincingly states that religion itself is in fact a spiritual cradle right.
The article is devoted to the recognition of the impossibility of the disappearance of the phenomenon of religiosity in society and the obvious facts of the influence of religion on the processes of formation and development of law. An analysis of many historical sources convincingly states that religion itself is in fact a spiritual cradle right. It is substantiated that three things are necessary for initiating legal communication: knowledge of law (intellectual element), activity (volitional element), and – without a doubt – consciousness (spiritual element).
Since the local Orthodox Church of Ukraine received the Tomos of Autocephaly, Patriarch Bartholomew has visited all of them, the visit of Pope Francis is expected in the near future, and religious and ecumenical themes have become one of the top in the press. That is why there is a need to analyze its development and coverage in various media.
The article analyzes the role and place in the history of philosophical and legal thought of the published work «Philosophy of Law» by the German thinker G.V.F. Hegel. Written 200 years ago, it is considered to be one of the most profound and relevant works in which Hegel creatively based on his dialectical and philosophical method and methodology analyzes the complex processes in the socio-political, legal, economic, moral, psychological and religious life of civil society and the state.
The author of the review analyzes the book that focuses on three challenges of evolution to religion: teleology, origin of a human being, and the evolution of religion itself. De Smedt and Helen De Cruz show how these tensions arise and offer potential responses for religion. Individual religions can meet these challenges, if some of their metaphysical assumptions are adapted or abandoned.
The article is devoted to the analysis of criminal legal protection of religious freedoms of
citizens in foreign countries. Analyzing the content of the criminal law of many countries in the
world, related to the protection of religious freedoms of citizens, concluded that most of them
provide for such rules.At the same time, some of the existing Criminal Code do not criminalize
acts in this area. Such, for example, is the Criminal Code of France, the Criminal Code of
In the article about the miracle, the author sketches briefly the history of philosophy of miracle, in which the miracle appears as a manifestation of the significance of being and truth in this world. The miracle is considered from Antiquity (Plato and Aristotle) till contemporary phenomenologists, who are the representatives of the theological or religious turn in phenomenology (Marion, Manoussakis, Kearney).