Michel Troper (Ed.), Mikael M. Karlsson (Ed.)

Law, Justice and the State

II: The Nation, the State and Democracy
Proceedings of the 16th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR), Reykjavik, 26 May - 2 June, 1993

Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie – Beihefte (ARSP-B)
Band 59

1. Auflage 1995.

€ 49,00

ISBN 978-3-515-06678-5


Aus dem Inhalt:
Nature and Typology of the State: R. A. Akanmidu: The State as a Moral Institution — P. Lewisch: Toward a Contractarian Reconstruction of the State — A. Lopatka: The Criteria of the Evaluation of the States — D. v. d. Pfordten: Individuen, Assoziationen, Staatsorganisation — Democracy: R. Cohen-Almagor: Disqualification of Lists in 1988 and 1992 — S. S. Kleinberg: Democracy and Freedom of Speech — A. Peczenik: A Conception of Democracy — J. R. Carracedo: From Democracy to Corporatism — M. A. Simon: Law, Democracy and Majority Rule — D. F. Tucker: Tribe and Dorf vs. Scalia — Nationality and Citizenship: B. P. Dauenhauer: Norms for Naturalizing Citizens — P. Gérard: Communauté Nationale et Démocratie — S. C. Hicks: Citizenship and the Modern Legal Theory of the State — D. Leydet: Recognition and Pluralism — P. Loptson: Hobbsbawm, Nationalism and the End of History — M. Prokopijevic: Secession: What Matters? — Sovereignty: J. M. Cooper: The Challenge to the State in International Law — F. J. E. Ganuzas: Los conceptos de soberania y autodeterminacion a la luz del derecho al desarollo — M. et R. Weyl: Nation, Nationalité, Etat et Droit des peuples à disposer d’eux-mêmes — Europe: B. de Smith: The United Kingdom - the Constitution and the Challenge of Europe — W. J. Norman: The Morality of Federalism and the European Comunity — M. R.z Molinero: The Principles of Subsidiarity — I. Ward: Kant and the Transnational Order