Is Liberalism a Condition For or an Obstacle to Democracy? A Short Institutional History of the « Liberal Trap » By Lauréline Fontaine, Full Professor in Constitutionnal Law, Sorbonne Nouvelle University (France) This study will be part of the book directed by Sandra Laugier et Dominique Rousseau, La démocratie, une idée-force, to be published, Mare et Martin, …Lire la suite... Is Liberalism a Condition For or an Obstacle to Democracy?
The (un)reason of contemporary constitutional law. Elements for a balance sheet by Lauréline FONTAINE Professor of Constitutional Law – Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle Author of the website www.ledroitdelafontaine.fr Foreword (April 2020) This text was completed on January 30, 2019. It is part of the book Mélanges en l’honneur du professeur Dominique Rousseau. Constitution. Justice. …Lire la suite... The (Un)reason of Contemporary Constitutional Law.
The Constitutional Imaginary versus the Fiction of Constitutional Law Translated from the French by John Angell The French version of this essay will appear in Jurisprudence, Revue Critique, 2016, vol. 2. and is on line The idea that constitutions bring what they say into existenceis widely accepted. The act of enunciation makes fictional entities become …Lire la suite... The Constitutional Imaginary versus the Fiction of Constitutional Law