Research conducted as part of RAPTc is concerned with the special status of religion (ethics, epistemology and practices) in western political and legal theory, and assesses the normative implications of the contemporary shift towards ‘post-secular’ approaches for the relationship between politics and religion. Members of RAPTc are involved with five research projects, each dealing with religion and political theory from different theoretical and empirical perspectives.
- Freedom of Religion without Religion
- Religion's Singularity and its Others
- Public Justification and Religion
- Secularism and Liberalism
- Negotiating Religion