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Today religious liberty is a right ergo omnes. The contemporary concept of religious liberty holds that it is a right not only inherent in the state, but also in the person. Religious liberty is a public right because the relationships deriving from it (not just among individuals but, basically, between the state and the person--the physical or juridical person) are considered a public good by the state. www.irla.org/fel1998/moran.html