The Invisible Constitution

Author: Laurence H. Tribe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199740956
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Remarkably original, keenly perceptive, and written with Tribe's trademark analytical flair, this latest volume in Oxford's Inalienable Rights series offers a new way of understanding many of the central constitutional debates of our time.

The Invisible Constitution Of Politics

Author: Antje Wiener
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139474987
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Our ability to understand and interpret others and to tolerate difference, rather than overcome diversity, is therefore at risk. This book focuses on the contested meanings of norms in a world of increasing international encounters.

Verfassungsidee Und Verfassungspolitik

Author: Marcus Llanque
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110397447
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Tribe, Laurence H. 2008: The Invisible Constitution, Oxford. Vorländer, Hans
2002: (Hrsg.) Integration durch Verfassung, Wiesbaden. Vorländer, Hans 2006: (
Hrsg.) Die Deutungsmacht der Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit, Wiesbaden.
Vorländer, Hans 2009: Die Verfassung als symbolische Ordnung. Perspektiven
einer kulturwissenschaftlich-institutionalistischen Verfassungstheorie. In: Recht
und Politik. PVS-Sonderheft 36, hrsg. von Michael Becker und Ruth Zimmerling,
Wiesbaden, ...

Healthcare Decision Making And The Law

Author: Mary Donnelly
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139491849
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Rather, the right is part of what Laurence Tribe calls, in respect of the United
State Constitution, the 'invisible constitution'1 While this does not diminish the
degree of support the right enjoys (not least because the right also has a basis in
the common law), it has meant that the ambit of the right receives relatively little
legal analysis. Rather, the right tends to be invoked, often in a medical context,
without any attempt to fit the right as applied within a broader analytical

Government And Politics In Hungary

Author: Andr s K”r”s‚nyi
Publisher: Central European University Press
ISBN: 9789639116764
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It has sought to establish an invisible constitution based upon the principle of the
constitutional state that deviates from the letter of the written constitution. It has
taken an activist stance principally in the sphere of basic rights, but also in the
development of the institutions of the state (Kukorelli, 1995: 20, 98-99; Pokol,
1992, 1992a; Sajo, 1993: 38). In addition to what has already been said
concerning the legitimacy deficit surrounding the written constitution, we must
add that the ...

The Revolutionary Constitution

Author: David J. Bodenhamer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019991303X
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... The Invisible Constitution (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008),
concludes that most of our most fundamental constitutional principles are not
included in the text of the Constitution or cannot reasonably be inferred from its
text. Neal Devins and Louis Fisher, The Democratic Constitution (New York:
Oxford University Press, 2004), use case studies to argue that constitutional
interpretation historically is far more than the province of the Supreme Court. The
essays in Kermit L. Hall ...

The Church Of Christ In Its Idea Attributes And Ministry

Author: Edward Arthur Litton
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The invisible constitution of the Church by the spirit preceded the visible
manifestations of its existence, and the visible development of its polity. Moehler
treats it as an absurdity to affirm, with Luther, that the visible Church owes its
existence to the invisible, or, to speak more accurately, that the inner life of the
Church precedes the visible exhibition of that life. "According to Luther, the
Church is a congregation of saints, in which the Gospel is rightly preached : first,
therefore, there must ...

The Invisible State

Author: Alastair Davidson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521522953
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In this 1991 book, the first major book applying State theory to Australia, Alastair Davidson shows how Australian citizens were formed in the nineteenth century, and how their particular characteristics led to the empowering of a certain ...

Reflections On Judging

Author: Richard A. Posner
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674184653
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Wade—of akind remote from Thayer's theory. (Robert Bork isa key figure here.)
Modern constitutional theories—whether Bork's or Scalia's originalism, orEly'
srepresentation reinforcement, or Breyer's active liberty, or the Constitution as
common law, or the living Constitution,orthe unwritten Constitution (seenext
chapter), or the invisible Constitution, orliving originalism, or themoral reading
ofthe Constitution, or libertarianism, orthe Constitution in exile, or anything else—
are designed to ...

The Invisible Scissors

Author: Marc Höchli
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783034303897
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7 National Standards 7.1 The Swiss Federal Constitution From 1848 onwards the
Swiss Federal Constitution - as liberal heir to the 50-year constitutional struggles
- upheld the freedom of the press. The totally revised Federal Constitution of
1999 also guarantees this basic right, and now also extends it to uphold the right
to freedom of opinion and freedom of information124. Article 16 states that: 1.
Freedom of opinion and information is guaranteed. 2. All persons have the right
to form, ...