Rethinking the Rule of Law After Communism

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Adam Czarnota, Martin Krygier, Wojciech Sadurski
Central European University Press, 1 sty 2005 - 383
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This volume surveys and contributes to the prolific debates that occurred in the years between the collapse of communism and the enlargement of the European Union regarding the issues of constitutionalism, dealing with the past, and the rule of law in the post-communist world. Eminent scholars explore the issue of transitional justice, highlighting the distinct roles of legal and constitutional bodies in the post-transition period. The introduction seeks to frame the work as an intervention in the discussion of communism and transition - two stable and separate points - while emphasizing the instability of the post-transition moment.
 

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List of Tables and Figures
1
Simplistic
9
Democracy by Judiciary Or why Courts Can be More
25
Shaping the Toleration
61
Notes on the Past
75
Democratic Norm Building and Constitutional Discourse
90
Dealing with the Past
121
Transitional Justice in Belgium France
135
Models of TransitionOld Theories
191
Restitutive Justice Rule of Law
211
Constitutional Courts and the Past
235
Rethinking the Rule of Law After Communism 265
264
Transitional Rule of Law
279
Corruption AntiCorruption Sentiments
323
List of Contributors
371
Prawa autorskie

Transitional Justice After the Breakdown
153

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Informacje o autorze (2005)

Adam Czarnota, Professor of Philosophy and Sociology of Law at the University of New South Wales and Co-director of the European Law Center. Martin Krygier, Professor of Law and co-director of the European Law Center at the University of New South Wales. Wojciech Sadurski, Head of Department of Law and Professor of Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory at the European University Institute in Florence. He is also Professor of Legal Philosophy at the University of Sydney, where he holds the Personal Chair in Legal Philosophy.

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