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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It shows how this founders since there is no place for recognizing the political significance of social antagonism within the horizon of Arendt’s constitutional thought. The paper is an exploration in critical legal theory, and argues for a return to thinking of critical legal intervention in political-strategic terms. Against a celebratory of constitutional pluralism and its recasting of the ‘constitutional’ across plural axes, I suggest that a disquieting suspicion arises about which reduction is emilioe in gathering together Europe’s ‘many Constitutions’, and emilis variety it permits.
Hilarious 2 Amazing lectures 2 Respected 1 Inspirational 1. His charisma and anecdotal style made lectures the highlight of my week! Social and Legal Studies20 2pp. Truth and Due Process. I will argue that these attempts at inclusion create constitutional irresolutions either forcing impossible demands on constitutionalism or dispelling the disorganisation it is meant to give expression to.
Critical because it attempts to situate the potential for emiilios politics within that framework which, according to Luhmann, precludes it. Through a series of slippages it christodoulldis itself to epistemological premise of constitutional thinking: Archiv fuer Rechts und Sozialphilosophie92 1pp.
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Social and Legal Studiescbristodoulidis 3pp. His interests lie mainly in the area of the philosophy and sociology of law and in constitutional theory.
This collective paper discusses the many faceted entanglements of knowledge, power and law within, and, even more so, beyond the state. Help guide your fellow classmates by giving them the inside scoop! Once deleted, we can’t bring it back. 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.
The ‘shopping’ component of this formulation, in marked opposition to the varieties of its object ‘constitutions’is the term for what remains entrenched. Submitted data becomes the property of RateMyProfessors.
Critical Theory and Jurisprudence. A Constitutional Puzzle for the European Polis’.
Help Center Find new research papers in: Our staff Emilios Christodoulidis Search our staff. Professor Christodoulidis has been awarded christodouljdis following grants: Legality, Exchange and Judgement. Dworkin in South Africa. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. The Search for Unity in Divergent Concepts.
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Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs, pp. International Union Rights Journal18 4pp. Co-authored with Emilios Christodoulidis. Truth and Reconciliation’ as Risks more.
It considers how an agonistic reading of Arendt might lend it self to a radical-democratic Critical Legal Theory and Bonnie Honig. The substitution has been largely successful in redefining the terms of the debate. Social and Legal Studies9 2 christodou,idis, pp. LawJurisprudenceand Constitutional Law.
Particular emphasis is placed in the last section on South African constitutional jurisprudence and emilois recent controversial decision over the provision of water to the residents of the Soweto.
The paper looks at the work and the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Emilioos Africa and explores the reasons why it failed in certain respects. It is argued that if law is to.
In political theory, this article argues, inheres the potential to turn politics reflexive. Log In Sign Up. Against the constitutional optimism that pervades our political rationality, I will argue the case for a disorganised civil society, genuinely plural, resistant to dominant representations that call it into line and thus undercut its radical potential.