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Justice in the EU
The Emergence of Transnational Solidarity
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Floris De Witte
This book sets out a vision for another Europe: one that cherishes diversity, listens to its public, and is sensitive to its younger generations. It is a call for a re-imagination of the European project, as a response to the three biggest crises ...
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Malcolm Ross, Reviews & Critical Commentary De Witte's book is a thought-provoking and important contribution.
Anastasia Poulou, European Journal of Legal Studies What are the legal, political, economic, and moral limits of European solidarity? Floris de Witte's book, Justice in the EU: The Emergence of Transnational Solidarity tackles these difficult questions from an innovative perspective. Instead of focussing on solidarity between Member States, the book explores the way in which European integration and EU law reshape the relationship between citizens. By understanding justice as a relational commitment between
citizens that stand in a particular relationship to each other, de Witte interestingly introduces interpersonal claims of solidarity based on relational interactions as a useful method for capturing cosmopolitan dynamics within the structures of the nation state.
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Floris de Witte is Assistant Professor in the Law Department of the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he also completed his PhD. His research looks at the intersection between EU law and political theory, focusing specifically on free movement law, the EU's evolution since the Euro Crisis, and the role of the individual in EU law. His research has been published in the Modern Law Review, Common Market Law Review, and European Law Journal. Floris de Witte is the founder of the research initiative Re:generation Europe, and sits on the editorial boards of the German Law Journal and the European Law Journal.
Introduction ; 1. The Place of Justice ; 2. The Tiered Concept of Justice in the European Union ; 3. Market Solidarity ; 4. Communitarian Solidarity ; 5. Aspirational Solidarity ; Conclusion