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The identity of the constitutional subject

Michel Rosenfeld

The identity of the constitutional subject

selfhood, citizenship, culture, and community

by Michel Rosenfeld

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional law -- Social aspects,
  • Constitutional law -- Psychological aspects,
  • Constitutional law -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichel Rosenfeld.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3165 .R668 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23203134M
    ISBN 109780415949736, 9780415949743
    LC Control Number2009014424

    During the Roundtable, participants will discuss the nature and content of constitutional identity, problems of the constitutional identity implementation on subnational, national, and supranational levels (in particular, in the aspect of economic and political integration – based on the example of . Constitutional Identity in European Constitutionalism Prof. Dr. Rainer Arnold, University of Regensburg, Germany tutional Identity as an Internationalized Concept Constitutional law in the contemporary world is essentially influenced by the process of globalization and of regional integration.

    Book Description: In Constitutional Identity, Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn argues that a constitution acquires an identity through experience—from a mix of the political aspirations and commitments that express a nation’s past and the desire to transcend that past. Few terms in political theory are as overused, and yet as under-theorized, as constitutional revolution. In this book, Gary Jacobsohn and Yaniv Roznai argue that the most widely accepted accounts of constitutional transformation, such as those found in the work of Hans Kelsen, Hannah Arendt, and Bruce Ackerman, fail adequately to explain radical change.

    to “amend” constitutional identity in Australia and the US in the ’s and 70’s, involving the amendments to the Australian Constitution and proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). INTRODUCTION In his wonderful new book, Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship. This chapter examines the concept of constitutional identity as it applies to the Indian Constitution. It first considers the problem of constitutional identity, with particular emphasis on the preservative function of the constitution. It then explains how the constitution acquires an identity that emerges dialogically and represents a combination of political aspirations and commitments.


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It sets a new standard in comparative constitutional analysis."Joseph Weiler, University Professor and Joseph Straus Professor, New York University School of Law5/5(1).

The Identity of the Constitutional Subject is the first systematic analysis of the concept, drawing on philosophy, psychoanalysis, political theory and law from a comparative perspective to explore the relationship between the ideal of constitutionalism and the need to construct a common constitutional identity that is distinct from national.

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The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture, and Community by Michel Rosenfeld at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Abstract. In my book The Identity of the Constitutional Subject () I examined the nexus between constitutionalism, particular constitutions and constitutional identity.

I argued that the construction and adaptation of a constitutional identity was essential to the coherence and viability of any working constitution. Constitutional theorizing about identity has deep historical roots. In book 3 of The Politics, Aristotle asked, “On what principle ought we to say that a State has retained its identity, or, conversely, that it has lost its identity and become a different State?”8 His answer requires that we distinguish the.

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Get this from a library. The identity of the constitutional subject: selfhood, citizenship, culture, and community. [Michel Rosenfeld] -- Relying on historical examples of successfully implanted constitution regimes, Michel Rosenfeld sheds light on the range of conditions necessary for the emergence, continuity and adaptability of a.

"The Identity of the Constitutional Subject is a book of breadth, depth and impressive learning. It sets a new standard in comparative constitutional analysis."Joseph Weiler, University Professor and Joseph Straus Professor, New York University School of LawReviews: 1.

Books to Read The Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture, and. ‘Constitutional identity’ is an essentially contested concept as there is no agreement over what it means or refers to.

Conceptions of constitutional identity range from focus on the actual features and provisions of a constitution — for example, does it establish a presidential or parliamentary system, a unitary or federal state — to the relation between the constitution and the.

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Sharing a common focus on the interplay between constitutional identity and individual or group diversity, these essays offer challenging new insights on subjects ranging from universal constitutional norms and whether constitutional norms can be successfully transplanted between cultures to a consideration of whether constitutionalism affords.

rosenfelddoc (do not delete) 7/31/ pm the constitutional subject, its other, and the perplexing quest for an identity of its own: a reply to my critics michel rosenfeld ∗ table of contents introduction. equality, democracy, and the foundations of modern.

center of its constitutional identity, a fact that has been reaffirmed by the Irish Supreme Court. If only due to the many judicial references to constitutional identity, then, the subject appears worthy of further study. This is the central premise of Jacobsohn’s contribution. The identification of the Constitutional Subject is the 1st systematic research of the idea that, Read Online or Download The Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture, and Community PDF This 5th e-book within the "Global discussion" sequence explores international coverage in federal international locations.

subject of this review, is the study of constitutions as expressions of national identity, an enterprise that might be said to view constitutions anthropologi-cally. Just as the identity or character of an individual may be measured by the past (what I was), the present (what I am), or the future (what I aspire to be).

Interest in constitutionalism and in the relationship among constitutions, national identity, and ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity has soared since the collapse of socialist regimes in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Since World War II there has also been a proliferation of new constitutions that differ in several essential respects from the American constitution.5/5(1).

The chapter examines the metaethical foundations of the argument from constitutional identity. This argument locates the source of value in a set of deep and self-identifying evaluative commitments that develop in a society in virtue of the fact that it has a constitution. Drawing on comparative constitutional practice, the chapter argues that constitutional identity has two dimensions.The Identity of the Constitutional Subject is the first systematic analysis of the concept, drawing on philosophy, psychoanalysis, political theory and law from a comparative perspective to.The recently published National Identity in EU Law by Elke Cloots, a Senior Affiliated Researcher at the Institute for European Law of the University of Leuven, is a highly abstract and theoretical work.

It approaches the endlessly discussed topic on the relationship between national identity and EU law from a very interesting angle: the author wants to develop a general adjudication scheme.