7 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/injcl7 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 7  NUMBER 1  JANUARY 2009

I e CON
International Journal of
Constitutional Law
Contents
Symposium
Roundtable: An exchange with Jeremy Waldron
1 Preface
2 Judges as moral reasoners
Jeremy Waldron
25 Rights and moral reasoning: An unstated assumption-A comment on
Jeremy Waldron's Judges as moral reasoners
Wojciech Sadurski
46 Are legislatures good at morality? Or better at it than the courts?
David Dyzenhaus
53 Reframing a debate among Americans: Contextualizing a moral
philosophy of law
Olivier Beaud
69 Refining the question about judges' moral capacity
Jeremy Waldron
Articles
83 Constitutional afterlife: The continuing impact of Thailand's
postpolitical constitution
Tom Ginsburg
106 Principle and pragmatism on the Constitutional Court of South Africa
Theunis Roux
Constitutional developments
139 Germany: A slow death for subsidiarity?
Greg Taylor
Book reviews
155 Ellie Palmer, Judicial Review, Socio-Economic Rights and the
Human Rights Act, Hart Publishing, 2007; and Mark Tushnet, Weak Courts,
Strong Courts: Judicial Review and Social Welfare Rights in
Comparative Constitutional Law, Princeton University Press, 2008
Reviewed by Keith D. Ewing
170 Sujit Choudhry, ed., The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, Cambridge
University Press, 2006
Reviewed by Vlad F. Perju

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