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In his new book The Future of Blasphemy, Austin Dacey, one of the most daring of the new generation of American philosophers, takes us on a guided tour of this labyrinthine issue. While advocating the separation of religion and stateDacey has suggested that political institutions should be designed to protect the exercise of conscience, not religion as such.
In "Against Religious Freedom", a article in Dissent co-authored with Colin Koproske, he argues that religious freedom should be regarded as "one manifestation of more fundamental rights held by all people, religious and secular alike: He has analogized religious minorities in Muslim-majority countries to dissident Protestant sects such as the Anabaptists who constructed theological arguments for toleration and church-state separation in early modern Europe.
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Defending Universality at the United Nations, which puts these efforts in the context of a campaign by the intergovernmental Organization of the Islamic Conference to promulgate culturally specific "Islamic human rights.
There is a "clash of values" but it is taking place "within societies and cultures, not only between them.