What’s a Religion and Who’s a Sect?: A Re-Description of Tuttle vs. Lakeland Community College

Teaching Ethics 4 (2):103-106 (2004)

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Keywords Applied Philosophy  Business and Professional Ethics  Teaching Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/tej20044210
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