by Slovak Committee of the European Cultural Foundation in [Bratislava] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Constitutionalism and politics|
|Statement||proceedings edited by Irena Grudzińska-Gross in collaboration with Catherine Regan ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Grudzińska-Gross, Irena., Bratislava Symposium (4th : 1993 : Piešt̕any, Slovakia)|
|LC Classifications||KJC4444.9 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||368 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||97154184|
Constitutional theories produced by legal scholars do not usually discuss state-centered theories of American politics, the importance of institutions, behaviorist research on judicial decision making, or questions of constitutional reform, but this book takes into account the political science literature on these and other Edition: Course Book. The theory of the social contract, developed in the 17th cent. by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, was fundamental to the development of the modern constitution. The Constitution of the United States, written in and ratified in , was the first important written constitution, and a model for a vast number of subsequent constitutional documents. American Constitutionalism is unique in considering the perspectives of both law and political science in relation to constitutional theory. Constitutional theories produced by legal scholars do not usually discuss state-centered theories of American politics, the importance of institutions, behaviorist research on judicial decision making, or Price: $ 'In this seminal work, Richard Bellamy defends political constitutionalism against legal constitutionalism, contesting the currently fashionable view that democracy and human rights are best protected by judges and formal constitutions rather than by politicians and the ordinary processes of democratic by:
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