The relationship existing between health and religion is innate. Legal systems started dealing with it since the first formulations about freedom of religion and right to health, in order to take care of the individual and collective needs. Taking this premise into account, the first part of the essay analyzes the classic interactions between health and religion, in which the latter replaces official medicine or prescribes harmful conduct. Consequently, legal systems have developed resolutive dialectics which can be applied to new specific cases brought by multiculturalism, like infibulation. In the second part, the essay examines the emerging interactions caused by a third party - the medical health personnel - owner of the duty of care and freedom of conscience, recreating the solutions offered by doctrine and law. Lastly, it focuses on the objections which can be moved by the medical health personnel, which are connected to early end-of-life dispositions (law n. 219/2017), proposing solutions to the lack of regulation left by the law.
Marcaccio, G. (2021). Identità religiosa e diritto alla salute. Interazioni classiche ed emergenti. STATO, CHIESE E PLURALISMO CONFESSIONALE(8), 17-78.
|Titolo:||Identità religiosa e diritto alla salute. Interazioni classiche ed emergenti|
MARCACCIO, GAETANO (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Citazione:||Marcaccio, G. (2021). Identità religiosa e diritto alla salute. Interazioni classiche ed emergenti. STATO, CHIESE E PLURALISMO CONFESSIONALE(8), 17-78.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|