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Between Constructivism and Immanentism

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No domain of the law seems to have escaped Bentham’s reformatory activity. Based on a self-proclaimed ‘genius for legislation’, his ambition was to create a ‘complete body of laws’ or a pannomion. Within this project, constitutional law especially deserves attention. Bentham was concerned with that domain from the very beginning of his career, which started with a criticism of the philosophy of human rights and the resounding A Fragment on Government, and which ended with Constitutional Code.

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hal-03875242 , version 1 (28-11-2022)

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Guillaume Tusseau. Between Constructivism and Immanentism: Bentham’s Unsettled Conception of Constitutional Law. Philip Schofield; Xiaobo Zhai. Bentham on Democracy, Courts, and Codification, Cambridge University Press, pp.195-213, 2022, 9781009031745. ⟨hal-03875242⟩
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