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The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers
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'... a welcome addition to the literature on this subject ... seventeen articles by leading scholars... are preceded by a lengthy introduction in which Bellamy not only summarizes the contributions of the authors contained in the book, but offers his own valuable insights into the rule of law.' Law and Politics Book Review, 2006
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Richard Bellamy, University College London, UK Contributors: M. Kramer, M.J. Radin, J. Raz, P. Craig, J. Waldron, F.A. Hayek, R. Dworkin, G.C. McCallum, J. Mackie, Cass R. Sunstein, M. Shapiro, R. Bellamy, E.M. Barendt, J. Braithwaite, G. Brennan, A.P. Hamlin, R.E. Goodin, B. Ackerman, K. Lenaerts.
Contents: Introduction: the rule of law as the rule of persons. Defining the Rule of Law: On the moral status of the rule of law, Matthew H. Kramer; Reconsidering the rule of law, Margaret Jane Radin; The rule of law and its virtue, Joseph Raz; Formal and substantive conceptions of the rule of law: an analytical framework, Paul Craig; Is the rule of law an essentially contested concept (in Florida)?, Jeremy Waldron. The Rule of Law and Judicial Discretion: Freedom and the rule of law, F.A. Hayek; Judicial discretion, Ronald Dworkin; The 3rd theory of law, J.L. Mackie; Incompletely theorised agreements, Cass R. Sunstein; Stability and change in judicial decision-making: incrementalism or stare decisis?, M. Shapiro. The Separation of Powers: The political form of the constitution: the separation of powers, rights and representative democracy, Richard Bellamy; Separation of powers and constitutional government, Eric M. Barendt; On speaking softly and carrying big sticks: neglected dimensions of a republican separation of powers, John Braithwaite; A revisionist view of the separation of powers, Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin; Institutionalising the public interest: the defense of deadlock and beyond, Robert E. Goodin. Parliamentarianism and Federalism: The new separation of powers, Bruce Ackerman; Constitutionalism and the many faces of federalism, Koen Lenaerts; Name index.