Emilios Christodoulidis. Formation, First holder, David Walker. Website, The Chair of Jurisprudence is a Professorship at the University of Glasgow, founded in Emilios Christodoulidis, University of Glasgow, School of Law, Faculty Member. Studies Critical Legal Theory and Bonnie Honig. Dennis Davis, Democracy and Deliberation: Transformation and the South African Legal Order (Kenwyn: Juta, ). Research output: Contribution to journal.
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Retrieved 7 October Modern Crhistodoulidis Review74 6pp. The Degenerative Constitutional Moment: And with this it introduces a default constitutionalism whereby the drawing of distinctions that pluralism requires and celebrates become exercises of internal differentiation, in a way that leaves intact the market meta-structure as providing the pivot and the leverage, constitutionally unchallengeable, politically non-negotiable, and socially devastating.
My argument is that it involves a constitutive coupling with constitutional pluralism, such that allows even the current crisis to be portrayed as an ‘opportunity’ for Europe’s alleged ‘social market economy for the 21st century’ to ‘come out stronger’, its progress at no point obstructed or derailed by the peoples’ of Europe resistance to it. Liquid Society and Its Law. The paper draws on Alain Badiou’s theoretical framework to discuss political trials as ‘events’; for Badiou events acquire their meaning by introducing a logic of rupture within what he calls a ‘situation’, the latter predetermining and Polanyi and Bauman on commodification and liquidity.
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies20 2pp. Post-apartheid South Africa stands at the crossroads of the ‘political’ and the ‘social’ in a way that calls us to put to question conventional conceptions of the two, and of their separateness.
I will explore some of the more adventurous and persuasive such attempts to argue for an inclusive constitutionalism, one that supposedly reaches out to civil society and in order to do so relaxes the rigidity of its own terms, to harbour and host the diversity it aspires to represent.
Marshall’s influential argument that social rights are continuous to civil and political rights has become both the grounding assumption in chrietodoulidis theory and at the same time the most obvious lie in the constitutional practice of advanced capitalist democracies, clearly belied in EU constitutional practice under austerity. emiilios
Alternatively to pluralise the other term, Europe, is to see it as under-determined, whatever form that under-determination might take: He is author of many articles on constitutional theory, democratic theory, critical legal theory, and transitional justice, and his book Law and Reflexive Politics won the European Award christofoulidis Legal Theory in and the Society of Legal Scholars SLS Prize for ‘Outstanding Legal Scholarship’; it was also translated and published in Japan.
Cambridge Studies in Law and Society.
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Some of the contributions build on each other, others are contradictory. JurisprudencePolitical Theoryand Legal Theory.
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Social TheoryJurisprudenceand Legal Theory. Legal Institutions and Collective Memories. This chapter discusses how Arendt’s understanding of constitutional politics is predicated on its unburdening from the ‘social question’. Archiv fuer Rechts und Sozialphilosophie92 1pp. The paper was written inin the midst of the Greek crisis and a few months before the government of Syriza won the elections in January Professorships at the University of Glasgow Professorships in law establishments in Scotland Philosophy of law.
My interest in this paper, more specifically, is with constitutionalisation as a process of ‘becoming-constitutional’, the conditions of that process, and the criteria of ascription of constitutionality.
After the revolutionary overthrow of the monarchy in France, the question of the fate of Louis XVI is posed before the Convention. A Constitutional Puzzle for the European Polis’. The paper is an internal critique of the theory of societal constitutionalism christodoukidis developed by Gunther Teubner, with a specific emphasis on the ‘constitutional’ and the ‘political’ dimensions of the theory.
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory. Critical because it attempts to situate the potential for utopian politics within that framework which, according to Luhmann, precludes it. The Search for Unity in Eemilios Concepts. The contradistinction between the social and the political is of course Hannah Arendt’s and the paper asks whether Emiliow dogged anti-Marxism does not in fact deplete her profound phenomenological endeavour and in fact efface the space of appearance that she draws insightfully emolios the tradition of phenomenology in relation emiliow the key questions of exploitation and deprivation — the question explored with relation to and a special focus on post-apartheid South Africa.
Walker was himself a graduate of the Faculty of Law and would go on to become a distinguished legal scholar, being appointed Regius Professor of Law in The Constitution is invoked in his favour. The paper draws on Alain Badiou’s theoretical framework to discuss political trials as ‘events’; for Badiou events acquire their chrietodoulidis by introducing a logic of rupture within what he calls a ‘situation’, the latter predetermining and over-determining what may be understood as contestation.
His interests lie mainly in the area of the philosophy and sociology of law and in constitutional theory. Retrieved 27 August He is also Docent of the University of Helsinki. King’s College Law Journal12 1pp. Reflections on the European Odyssey. Our staff Emilios Christodoulidis Search our staff.
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