Constitutionalism : past, present, and future /
The essays included in this volume explore the conditions under which the modern constitution could emerge; they treat the characteristics that must be given if the constitution may be called an achievement, the appropriate way to understand and interpret constitutional law under current conditions,...
Oxford, United Kingdom :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford constitutional theory
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- The origins and transformation of the concept of the constitution
- Conditions for emergence and effectiveness of modern constitutionalism
- Basic rights in the formative era of modern society
- The concept of constitutionalism in historical perspective
- The function of constitutions and guidelines for constitutional reform
- Integration by constitution
- Fundamental rights in the interpretation of the German Constitutional Court
- Return to the traditional understanding of fundamental rights?
- Constitutions, constitutional courts, and constitutional interpretation at the interface of law and politics
- Constitutional adjudication and democracy
- The future of constitutionalism
- Can democracy by bargaining be constitutionalized?
- The role of national constitutions in a united Europe
- The democratic costs of constitutionalization : the European case
- The constitution in the process of de-nationalization
- Societal constitutionalism : compensation for the decline in the importance of the state constitution?
- Levels of the rule of law : on the possibility of exporting a Western achievement
- The achievement of constitutionalism and its prospects in a changed world