What makes a belief, practice, or community “religious”? Should religious freedoms be given more protection under the law than secular ones? What should we do when the exercise of religious freedom collides with the public interest?
8:45a - 9:00a - Welcoming Remarks
- Don Hubin, Director of the Center for Ethics and Human Values
9:00a - 10:30a - Session 1: What (if anything) is special about religious freedom?
- Sarah Iles Johnston (Classics and Comparative Studies, Ohio State University)