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Philosophical foundations of constitutional law

Contributor(s): Dyzenhaus, David | Thorburn, Malcolm.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Philosophical foundations of law: Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2019Description: vi, 332p. 26 cm.ISBN: 9780198754534.Subject(s): Constitutional law -- Philosophy | Constitutional law -- PhilosophyDDC classification: 342.001
Contents:
I. What is a constitution? -- The idea of a constitution : a plea for Staatsrechtslehre / David Dyzenhaus -- The unwritten constitution as a legal concept / Mark D. Walters -- On constitutional implications and constitutional structure / Aharon Barak -- Reflections on what constitutes "a constitution" : the importance of "constitutions of settlement" and the potential irrelevance of Herculean lawyering / Sanford Levinson -- Constitutional amendment and political constitutionalism : a philosophical and comparative reflection / Rosalind Dixon and Adrienne Stone -- II. Constitutional authority -- Constitutional legitimacy unbound / Evan Fox-Decent -- Constituent power and the constitution / Hans Lindahl -- Popular sovereignty and revolutionary constitution-making / Richard Stacey -- Constitutional reason of state / Thomas Poole -- III. Constitutional fundamentals -- The rule of law / T.R.S. Allan -- The constitutional separation of powers / Aileen Kavanagh -- The framework model and constitutional interpretation / Jack M. Balkin -- Philosophical foundations of judicial review / Cristina Lafont -- IV. Constitutional rights and their limitation -- Equality rights and stereotypes / Sophia Moreau -- Proportionality / Malcolm Thorburn.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

I. What is a constitution? -- The idea of a constitution : a plea for Staatsrechtslehre / David Dyzenhaus -- The unwritten constitution as a legal concept / Mark D. Walters -- On constitutional implications and constitutional structure / Aharon Barak -- Reflections on what constitutes "a constitution" : the importance of "constitutions of settlement" and the potential irrelevance of Herculean lawyering / Sanford Levinson -- Constitutional amendment and political constitutionalism : a philosophical and comparative reflection / Rosalind Dixon and Adrienne Stone -- II. Constitutional authority -- Constitutional legitimacy unbound / Evan Fox-Decent -- Constituent power and the constitution / Hans Lindahl -- Popular sovereignty and revolutionary constitution-making / Richard Stacey -- Constitutional reason of state / Thomas Poole -- III. Constitutional fundamentals -- The rule of law / T.R.S. Allan -- The constitutional separation of powers / Aileen Kavanagh -- The framework model and constitutional interpretation / Jack M. Balkin -- Philosophical foundations of judicial review / Cristina Lafont -- IV. Constitutional rights and their limitation -- Equality rights and stereotypes / Sophia Moreau -- Proportionality / Malcolm Thorburn.

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