Toleranca kot pravni izraz

Avtor(ji): Kranjc, Janez
Jezik: slovenski / angleški
Vrsta gradiva: Besedilo
Leto: 2007
Založnik(i): Zgodovinski arhiv Ljubljana, Ljubljana
Soavtor(ji): Nataša Budna Kodrič (ur.), Tatjana Šenk (ur.), Magda Lojk (lekt.), Doris Debenjak (nem. prev. ), mag. Niko Hudelja (nem. prev.), Katarina Kambič (ang. prev.), Martin Cregeen (ang. prev.), Tatjana Rodošek (foto.)
Zbirka: Gradivo in razprave : 30


  • Podroben opis
    Cesar Jožef II. je 13. oktobra 1781 izdal t. i. tolerančni patent. Z njim je cesar dovolil 
    luteranom, kalvincem in pripadnikom neuniatne grško-pravoslavne vere pravico do 
    zasebnega izpovedovanja vere in bogoslužja, verskega pouka in cerkvene organizacije. 
    Priznal jim je tudi državljansko enakopravnost s katoličani glede pravice do študija, 
    javnih služb, napredovanja ipd. In čeprav je katoliška cerkev ohranila položaj državne 
    vere, ki je imela edina javni status, so bile naštete tri vere poslej dovoljene oziroma 
    dopuščene.

  • Vsi metapodatki
    • dcterms:identifier http://hdl.handle.net/11686/41409
    • dcterms:title
      • Toleranca kot pravni izraz
    • dcterms:alternative
      • The Word »Tolerance« as Legal Term
    • dcterms:creator
      • Janez Kranjc
    • dcterms:description
      • As a legal term, the word tolerance came into being as religious tolerance. An apt example is the Patent of Tolerance of the Emperor Joseph II. In October 1781 Joseph II. issued this law to eliminate restrictions placed against the practice of the Protestant and Greek Orthodox religions. He allowed for them to hold private Services and removed the exclusion of their members from civil Service, university career etc. Despite this, the Roman Catholic religion remained the official rehgion and the only one that held public Services. Religious tolerance presupposes the existence of an official state religion. Other religions or denominations are tolerated in a fixed legal framework. Religious freedom thus in fact contradicts the existence ofreligious tolerance. It is giving the individuals the freedom to believe in, practice, and promote their religion of choice without interference or official harassment. Despite the existence ofreligious freedom in most modem societies, the notion of tolerance is still quite often used in legal texts. In modern legal texts, however, the meaning ofthe word varies from čase to čase. Sometimčs it refers to a general pattern of behaviour, while in other instances it is used to define concrete actions. It can be said that tolerance is no more a legal term in a strict sense. It has become much more a cultural standard of behaviour that helps interpret legal norms in the event of conflicting interests and rights. As such, it is not conditioned by the concrete behaviour of others.
    • dcterms:publisher
      • Zgodovinski arhiv Ljubljana, Ljubljana
    • dcterms:isPartOf
      • Gradivo in razprave : 30
    • dcterms:contributor
      • Nataša Budna Kodrič (ur.)
      • Tatjana Šenk (ur.)
      • Magda Lojk (lekt.)
      • Doris Debenjak (nem. prev. )
      • mag. Niko Hudelja (nem. prev.)
      • Katarina Kambič (ang. prev.)
      • Martin Cregeen (ang. prev.)
      • Tatjana Rodošek (foto.)
    • dcterms:date
      • 2007-01-01
    • dcterms:type
      • Text
    • dcterms:source
      • SISTORY:ID:41409
    • dcterms:language
      • slv
      • eng
    • dcterms:isPartOf