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Self-Constitution of European Society.

Author: Jir?i Prib?an
Publisher: Taylor and Francis, 2016.
Series: Applied Legal Philosophy
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jir?i Prib?an
ISBN: 131705752X 9781317057529
OCLC Number: 951076570
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.
Contents: Introduction: on Europe's crises and self-constitutions. Part I The European Self-Constitution - Concepts and Theories: The European Constitution and the pouvoir constituent - no longer, or never, sui generis?, Chris Thornhill; The concept of self-limiting polity in EU constitutionalism: a systems theoretical outline, Jiri Priban; A political-sociological analysis of constitutional pluralism in Europe, Paul Blokker. Part II European Constitutional Jurisprudence: Pluralist constitutional paradoxes and cosmopolitan Europe, Joxerramon Bengoetxea; The pluralist turn and its political discontents, Marco Goldoni; Why supra-national law is not the exception. On the grounds of legal obligations beyond the state, George Pavlakos; Declaratory rule of law: self-constitution through unenforceable promises, Dimitry Kochenov. Part III EU Constitutionalism and Governance: Constitutionalising expertise in the EU: anchoring knowledge in democracy, Stijn Smismans; Bringing politics into European integration, Gareth Davies; A technocratic tyranny of certainty: a preliminary sketch, Michelle Everson. Part IV Crises of EU Constitutionalism: The European dual state: the double structural transformation of the public sphere and the need for re-politicization, Hauke Brunkhorst; Societal conditions of self-constitution: the experience of the European periphery, Pierre Guibentif; The empire of principle, Petr Agha. Index.
Series Title: Applied Legal Philosophy


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