The Margins of European Law

The Margins of European Law attempts to provide a critical and sceptical approach to European law. The related themes of the book attempt to introduce a historical and theoretical context for European law. Les mer
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The Margins of European Law attempts to provide a critical and sceptical approach to European law. The related themes of the book attempt to introduce a historical and theoretical context for European law. Ultimately, it is suggested that the new European order requires a very different legal and jurisprudential approach; one which is distinctively post-modern. European Community law, at its margins, is a mass of inconsistencies and injustices, and a post-modern model can better effect the erasing of the margins of European law.

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Acknowledgements - Preface - PART 1: SCEPTICISM, HISTORY AND THE IDEA OF EUROPE - Raising the Sceptic Spectre - A Brief History of Europe - PART 2: THE LIMITS OF CONSTITUTIONALISM - The Myth of Integration - The Limits of Integration - (Pre)conceptions in European Law - PART 3: AT THE MARGINS OF EUROPEAN LAW - The Other Europeans - The Limits of Sex Equality Law in the New Europe - Human Rights in the New Europe - PART 4: REPRISE AND ENVOI - Europe and Beyond - Case List - Bibliography - Index

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IAN WARD