Constitutional Cultures

Author: Ulrike Bock
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443845485
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By connecting two vibrant research areas, this volume makes an important contribution to studies on political culture and the history of the Atlantic World.

The Impact Of European Rights On National Legal Cultures

Author: Miriam Aziz
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1847310095
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The research undertaken which has led to the publication of this book was truly a
pan-European effort during the ongoing process of continuing constitutional
development and adjustment as part of two related developments: the move
towards constitutionalisation of the European Union (EU) and the enlargement of
the Union. I have tried in so far as is possible to incorporate the various '
constitutional moments'1 which have arisen in this context including the
European Convention ...

On The Limits Of Constitutional Adjudication

Author: Juliano Zaiden Benvindo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642114342
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Indeed, after having concluded that important part of German constitutional
scholarship “canonizes the decisions of the Bundesverfassungsgericht” and “
interprets these decisions, and their reasoning, as though they were a codified
law,”1859 a similar perception could also be directly applied to Brazilian
constitutional culture and, in particular, to Brazilian constitutional scholarship.
Those words stemming from the critical investigation of a distinct context, with a
historical tradition of ...

Proportionality And Constitutional Culture

Author: Moshe Cohen-Eliya
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107244757
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The origins of proportionality in German administrative law The concept of
proportionality has existed in some form in all cultures and from the earliest of
times.1 It has also existed for many years in several legal fields such as the laws
of war, criminal self-defense, taxation, and the theory of punishment. Yet only in
the nineteenth century, in Prussian administrative law, did a coherent doctrine of
proportionality emerge in public law. Proportionality and Rechtsstaat From the
second half of ...

The Cosmopolitan Constitution

Author: Alexander Somek
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191030929
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Negative Constitutional Rights” (1986) 53 University of Chicago Law Review 864
–890. 233 The great advantage of negative obligations is that omission is always
available as a constitutional alternative to an unconstitutional act. ... Wrong with
Rationality Review” (1979) 13 Creighton Law Review 487–511 at 504–506; John
Hart Ely, “Legislative and Administrative Motivation in Constitutional Law” (1970)
79 Yale Law Journal 1205–1341; Robert F. Nagel, Constitutional Cultures.

Contested Words

Author: Ian Cram
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317160290
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This book provides a critical evaluation of ongoing debates surrounding the judicial role in protecting fundamental human rights, focusing in particular on legislative/executive abridgment of a core freedom in western society - namely, ...

Comparative Constitutional Law

Author: Charles D. Cole
Publisher: Vandeplas Pub
ISBN:
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About the book: This publication includes constitutional concepts and materials applicable to the United States and Brazil.