By Michel Rosenfeld
Sharing a standard specialise in the interaction among constitutional identification and person or team range, those essays supply tough new insights on topics starting from common constitutional norms and even if constitutional norms may be effectively transplanted among cultures to a attention of even if constitutionalism presents the capability to reconcile a various society’s quest for id with its have to effectively account for its ameliorations; from the relation among constitution-making and revolution to that among collective pursuits and constitutional liberty and equality.
This collection’s extensive scope and nontechnical variety will have interaction students from the fields of political thought, social thought, overseas reports, and law.
Contributors. Andrew Arato, Aharon Barak, Jon Elster, George P. Fletcher, Louis Henkin, Arthur J. Jacobson, Carlos Santiago Nino, Ulrich ok. Preuss, David A. J. Richards, Michel Rosenfeld, Dominique Rousseau, András Sajó, Frederick Schauer, Bernhard Schlink, M. M. Slaughter, Cass R. Sunstein, Ruti G. Teitel, Robin West
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