Confessions and religious communities in Eastern Europe, religious pluralism and legislative policies of the States


Abstract

1. Systems for classifying relations and identifying institutional interlocutors of religious denominations – 2. The “laboratory” of Eastern Europe as a place of experimentation of intra-religious pluralism – 3. The management of relations between the State and religious denominations through offices – 4. The new problems posed by the multiplication of confessions in different European countries – 4.1. The Baltic area – 4.2. The Russian-speaking Republics – 4.3. The Republics of Central Europe – 4.4. The Eastern Balkans – 4.5. The territories of the former Yugoslav Republic – 4.6. The different choices of the former Yugoslav Republics in the field of Relations between State and religious denominations – 5. The well-fitting Albanian anomaly – 6. A contribution to the development of guidelines for relations between the State and religious denominations in Europe.


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