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Official Cover for the First Edition of The Institutional Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief.

The Institutional Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief, sometimes also referred to as The Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief, is a 2021 reference work written by Cometan and published by Astral Publishing, an imprint of the Astronist Institution. It is the third instalment in Cometan's Institutional Reference Works series succeeding the first edition of The Institutional Dictionary of Astronism published in March 2021.

The Institutional Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief was published on 16th July 2021 to signal the six months mark of Cometan's endeavour into his doctoral research. As stated on Cometan.org, the reference work is set to receive its second edition sometime in 2023 by which time Cometan is expected to have completed his PhD thesis. The dictionary includes a wide range of terminology from Cometanic freedom of religion theory as well as broader pre-Cometanic terms from the fields of human rights and freedom of religion or belief.

Details of First Edition

  • Publisher: Astral Publishing
  • Number of pages: 205
  • Number of entries: ???
  • Total word count: 58,343
  • Period of composition: April 2021 – July 2021

Preface of the First Edition

There is no greater and more important freedom than the freedom of believe for without this quality in every human, we lose a core part of our person, a core part of our humanity. It is core to the human experience to hope, to fear, to wonder, and to explore and religion, philosophy, spirituality and now astroncy provide us with the tools to make this endeavour. Each definition has been authoritatively created by myself and staff within the Institution to the best of our current knowledge and ability in defining these most core elements to freedom of religion or belief. In years to come, I will no doubt reflect on the primitivity of these definitions but as in every I do I endeavour to do my best and better still next time. Please enjoy this First Edition of The Institutional Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief as I continue my doctoral research in this most important of fields within scholarship on human rights.” – Cometan, founder of Astronism and padron incumbent of the Astronist Institution

Editions

Editions of the Institutional Dictionary of Freedom of Religion or Belief
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Cometan Year: 2021

No. of terms: ???

Word count: 58,343

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