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EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONAL IMAGINARIES: UTOPIAS, IDEOLOGIES AND THE OTHER

Publications

Constitutional Patriotism as Europe’s Public Philosophy? On the Responsiveness of Post-National Law

Author(s): Paul Linden Retek
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 11/229, 2021, Page(s) 1-17
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

The Imaginary and the Unconscious: Situating Constitutional Pluralism

Author(s): Amnon Lev
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 5/198, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

European Constitutional Imaginaries: Utopias, Ideologies and the Other

Author(s): Jan Komárek
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 1/172, 2019
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

The Ideological Shade of the Constitutional Order: Public Law and Political Economy in the Eurozone

Author(s): Hjalte Lokdam
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 14/231, 2021, Page(s) 1-35
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

The European Union as ‘Militant Democracy’

Author(s): Signe Rehling Larsen
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 15/232, 2021, Page(s) 1-25
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

European Constitutional Imaginaries: On Pluralism, Calculemus, Imperium and Communitas

Author(s): Jiří Přibáň
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 16/242, 2021, Page(s) 4-24
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

On the New German Ideology

Author(s): Michael Wilkinson
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 4/197, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

The Constitutional Imaginary and the ‘Metabolic’ Realities of European Integration

Author(s): Peter L. Lindseth
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 12/233, 2021, Page(s) 1-21
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

The Failure to Grapple with Racial Capitalism in European Constitutionalism

Author(s): Fernanda Nicola and Jeff Miller
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 8/201, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

Revitalization of EU Constitutionalism

Author(s): Matej Avbelj
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 9/202, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

European Constitutional Imagination: A Whig Interpretation of the Process of European Integration?

Author(s): Marco Dani and Agustin José Menéndez
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 17/243, 2021, Page(s) 4-43
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

When Scholarship Matters: Theory-Building and Theory Effects in the EU Polity Context

Author(s): Antoine Vauchez
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 7/200, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

Ideologies and imaginaries of legitimacy from the 1950s to today

Author(s): Claudia Sternberg
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 13/230, 2021, Page(s) 1-32
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

Why read The Transformation of Europe today? On the limits of a liberal constitutional imaginary

Author(s): Jan Komárek
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 10/213, 2020
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

From Constitutional Pyramid to Constitutional Pluralism: The Transformation of the European Constitutional Imaginary in Context

Author(s): Hugo Canihac
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 6/199, 2020
Publisher: University of Copenhagen

Messianism, Exodus, and the Empty Signifier of European Integration

Author(s): Alexander Somek and Jakob Rendl
Published in: IMAGINE/iCourts Working Paper Series, Issue 2/175, 2019
Publisher: iCourts, University of Copenhagen

Varieties of Constitutionalism in the European Union

Author(s): Signe Rehling Larsen
Published in: Modern Law Review, Issue 84/3, 2021, Page(s) 477-502, ISSN 0026-7961
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
DOI: 10.1111/1468-2230.12614

Rethinking constitutionalism and democracy . . . again?

Author(s): Jan Komárek
Published in: International Journal of Constitutional Law, Issue 17/3, 2019, Page(s) 992-1005, ISSN 1474-2640
Publisher: Oxford University Press
DOI: 10.1093/icon/moz071

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