Arguing Fundamental Rights (Law and Philosophy Library #77) (Paperback)

Arguing Fundamental Rights (Law and Philosophy Library #77) By Agustín J. Menéndez (Editor), Erik O. Eriksen (Editor) Cover Image
By Agustín J. Menéndez (Editor), Erik O. Eriksen (Editor)
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Introduction: Agust n Jos Men ndez and Erik Oddvar Eriksen.
I. A Theory of Constitutional Rights Revisited. 1. Discourse Theory and Constitutional Rights: Robert Alexy.
II. Structural Perspectives. 2. Disciplining the Instrumentalism of Policies: Karlo Tuori. 3. Nine Critiques to Alexy's Theory of Constitutional Rights: Massimo La Torre. 4. Democratic or Jurist-Made Law? The Claim to Correctness: Erik Oddvar Eriksen. 5. On Alexy's Weight Formula: Carlos Bernal.
III. Substantive Issues. 6. Who is afraid of the total constitution?: Mattias Kumm.
IV. Applied Perspectives. 7. Constitutional Rights in the UK Human Rights Act: Julian Rivers. 8. Some Elements of a Theory of European Constitutional Rights: Agust n Jos Men ndez. 9. Constitutional Rights as Principles: Mattias Kumm.
V. Appendix. Bibliography of Robert Alexy.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789048172276
ISBN-10: 9048172276
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: November 17th, 2010
Pages: 230
Language: English
Series: Law and Philosophy Library