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European constitutional imaginaries, between ideology and utopia, Jan Komárek

Summary
European Constitutional Imaginaries promises to open debates on European constitutionalism that are necessary to understanding Europe's present predicament and its various crises, all navigated through the medium of law
Table Of Contents
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- List of Abbreviations -- 1. European Constitutional Imaginaries: Utopias, Ideologies, and the Other -- Part I: Constitutional Imaginaries of the Past, Present, and Future of Europe -- 2. European Constitutional Imaginaries: On Pluralism, Calculemus, Imperium, and Communitas -- 3. European Constitutional Imagination: A Whig Interpretation of the Process of European Integration? -- 4. The European Union as 'Militant Democracy'? -- 5. Ideologies and Imaginaries of Legitimacy from the 1950s to Today: Trajectories of EU-Official Discourses Read against Rosanvallon's Democratic Legitimacy -- Part II: At the Origins of Constitutional Imaginary-The Work of Selected European Constitutionalists Revisited -- 6. Why Read The Transformation of Europe Today? On the Limits of a Liberal Constitutional Imaginary -- 7. Messianism, Exodus, and the Empty Signifier of European Integration -- 8. From Constitutional Pyramid to Constitutional Pluralism: The Transformation of the European Constitutional Imaginary -- 9. The Imaginary and the Unconscious: Situating Constitutional Pluralism -- Part III: Rethinking Constitutional Imaginaries for the Present -- 10. The Constitutional Imaginary and the Metabolic Realities of European Integration -- 11. The European Public Good and European Public Goods -- 12. The Peoples Imagined: Constituting a Demoicratic European Polity -- 13. Constitutional Patriotism as Europe's Public Philosophy? On the Responsiveness of Post-National Law -- Part IV: Without Political Economy, there Can Be No Constitutional Imaginary -- 14. On the New German Ideology -- 15. Beyond Neoliberal Federalism? The Ideological Shade of the Eurozone's Constitutional Order after the Eurozone Crisis
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (402 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780191945649

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