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CALUMET . intercultural law and humanities review
ISSN 2465-0145 (on-line)
Le influenze religiose nel mercato di beni tra libertà giuridiche ed economiche
Decimo L.
Religiously oriented markets have experienced rapid development over the past decade. The production of religious goods, although not without some setbacks, has become one of the main economic activities for many companies. The religious aspects of this market make it both particularly complex to analyze and extremely inviting for businesses. Although they were created to satisfy the economic interests of companies, these market sectors could be important for legal systems that wish to support the development of the concrete exercise of religious freedom and, therefore, of social welfare.
The expansion of the religiously-oriented market may offer valuable aid in understanding and protecting religious and cultural diversity. When the procurement of goods in the market complies with religious rules and cultural traditions, this facilitates the process of social integration of the individual. The preparation of “religious friendly” goods positively affects the daily life of the faithful, who can thereby “fulfill” religious precepts completely. This economic phenomenon positively influences the “quality” of religious freedom and the growth of social and economic wellbeing. In the perspective assumed, the “religion friendly” market becomes a propulsive element of religious freedom and, as such, worthy of protection and promotion by the legal system.




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