Edited By Hans Paarhammer and Alfred Rinnerthaler
In 1962, comprehensive legislation in the field of education brought a significant relaxation of the discussions concerning the relationship between the State and the Church and therefore also in relation to religious education. Other problems in the education system became apparent, such as inter alia multi-confessional questions, discussion of privileges as well as examination of ethics education. This Article deals with the genesis of the latter and the inherent problem of conceiving it as substitute religious education.
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