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I.CON’s Current Issue: Table of Contents

Volume 16 Issue 3
Table of Contents


The future of ICON-S: Looking toward 2021 and beyond; Authors of I.CON—Customer Care; In this Issue

Keynote address

Marta Cartabia, Europe today: Bridges and walls


Connor M. Ewing, With dignity and justice for all: The jurisprudence of equal dignity and the partial convergence of liberty and equality in American constitutional law

Sergio Dellavalle, Squaring the circle: How the right to refuge can be reconciled with the right to political identity

Michael Ilg, Economy of pain: When to regulate offensive expression

Lael Weis, Environmental constitutionalism: Aspiration or transformation?

Robert Alexy, Proportionality, constitutional law, and sub- constitutional law. A reply to Aharon Barak

Symposium: Constitutional silence

Richard Albert and David Kenny, The challenges of constitutional silence: Doctrine, theory and applications

Oran Doyle, The silent constitution of territory

Laurence Claus, Enumeration and the silences of constitutional federalism

Martin Loughlin, The silences of constitutions

Mohammad H. Fadel, The sounds of silence: The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, constitutional crisis, and constitutional silence

Aileen McHarg, Navigating without maps: Constitutional silence and the management of the Brexit crisis

Gábor Halmai, Silence of transitional constitutions: The “invisible constitution” concept of the Hungarian Constitutional Court

I.CON: Debate!

Andrew Koppelman, How could religious liberty be a human right?

Gila Stopler, How could religious liberty be a human right? A reply to Andrew Koppelman

Andrew Koppelman, How could religious liberty be a human right? A rejoinder to Gila Stopler

Book reflections

Juliana Cesario Alvim Gomes, Nancy Fraser’s tridimensional approach to justice: Contributions and provocations to the practice of domestic litigators

Tom Gerald Daly, Keeping our horror fresh: Reminding ourselves of Europe as a savage continent

Book reviews

Julio Ríos-Figueroa. Constitutional Courts as Mediators. Armed Conflict, Civil-Military Relations, and the Rule of Law in Latin America (Vicente F. Benítez-R.)

András Sajó and Renata Uitz, The Constitution of Freedom (Julian Scholtes)

Niels Petersen, Proportionality and Judicial Activism: Fundamental Rights Adjudication in Canada, Germany and South Africa (Iddo Porat)

Alain Supiot, Governance by Numbers. The Making of a Legal Model of Allegiance (Marco Goldoni)

Michael Stolleis, Public Law in Germany: A Historical Introduction from the 16th to the 21st Century (Justin Collings)

Daniel Friedmann. The Purse and the Sword (Radek Píša)


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