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LEGITIMACY GAP : secularism, religion, and culture in comparative constitutional law.

Author: VINCENT DEPAIGNE
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : OXFORD UNIV Press, 2017.
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This book addresses the 'legitimacy gap' created by the removal of religion as a source of legitimacy for the foundation of secular states, when many of the world's states are still profoundly religious but require procedural, rather than substantive, grounds for constitutional arrangements.
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DEPAIGNE, VINCENT.
LEGITIMACY GAP.
[Place of publication not identified] : OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2017
(OCoLC)990364374
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: VINCENT DEPAIGNE
ISBN: 9780192528278 0192528270
OCLC Number: 1002064938
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Legitimacy Gap; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Introduction: The Secular State and Its Legitimacy; 1. The European 'Legitimacy Gap'; 2. Secularization and Legitimacy; 3. Models of Constitutional Legitimacy: Looking at Secularization in Asia and Europe; 4. Plan of the Book; I. The Secular State Between Procedural and Substantive Legitimacy; 1. The 'Legitimacy Gap' in the Secular State; 1. Secularization, Religion, and Legitimacy; 2. Max Weber and Legitimacy in the Secular State; 3. The Social Contract as a Response to the 'Legitimacy Gap' 4. Conclusion: Substantive vs Procedural Legitimacy2. Constitution and Legitimacy: Procedural or Substantive?; 1. The Move towards Procedural Legitimacy: Democratic Rule and the Decline of the Legitimacy of Human Rights; 2. Substantive Forms of Legitimacy: Locating Culture in the Secular State; 3. The Problem of Contemporary Legitimacy: Defining 'the People'; II. Models of Reconciliation Between Constitutional Law and Culture; 3. Locating Culture in the Secular State: Constitutional Law, Secularization, and the Status of Culture; 1. Locating Culture in Contemporary Constitutional Law. 2. Models of Constitutional Legitimacy: Articulating Procedure and Substance4. The Secular Nation: France, or the Limits of the 'Neutral Model'; 1. Defining the People: The Outer Limits of the Secular State; 2. 'Writing the Republic': The Constitution, the French People, and Overseas Territories; 3. Can Laïcité Define a Political Community?; 4. Conclusion: A 'Nationalization' of Secularism?; 5. 'Reformist' Secularism: Reconciling Pluralism, Equality, and Unity in India; 1. Defining the People: The Origins of the Indian 'Model' of Secularism. 2. Indian Secularism as 'Ameliorative Secularism'3. Pluralism and Secularism: The Shah Bano Case; 4. Conclusion: Secularism between Pluralism and 'Hinduization'; 6. Malaysia: 'Asymmetric' Secularism; 1. The Malaysian 'Social Contract': A Secular 'Ethnic Democracy'?; 2. The Position of Islam in Malaysia: A Secular and Islamic State?; 3. De-​Secularization: Malaysia as a Secular and Religious State?; Conclusion: Between 'De-​Secularization' and 'Nationalization'; 1. Finding the Source of Legitimacy in the Secular State: Reconsidering the Models 2. The Nationalization of 'Majoritarian' Secularism3. The (De-​)Secularization of Culture; 4. A 'Secular Religion'?; 5. Secularization as Universalization; Bibliography; Index

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