12 K.C.L.J. i (2001)

handle is hein.journals/kingsclj12 and id is 1 raw text is: K4CL
KING'S COLEGE LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 12 0 IssuE 1 @2001
SYMPOSIUM:
CAN EUROPE HAVE A CONSTITUTION?
Edited by Mads Andenas and John Gardner
Introduction: Can Europe have a Constitution?
MADs ANDENAS AND JoHN GARDNER ............... ..... .................. 1
The Promised Constitutional Land
J. H . H . W E _ER  ................................... ... .............................. . ...... ... 5
The European Constitution and Cosmopolitan Ideals
PAVLOS  EL IE R I ADIs  ........................................................................  17
The Return of the Contract: Problems and Pitfalls of European
Constitutionalism
GUNTHER FRANKENBERG  ........................ ... ...... ............... ... .... ... 39
Renewing the European Social Contract: The Challenge of Institutional
Reform and Enlargement in the Light of Multilevel Constitutionalism
INGOLF PERNICE, FRANz C. MAYER, STEPHAN WERNicI ........ ............ 61
Constituting Europe: In Defence of Public Reason
SIONAIDH  DOUGLAS  ScoTr  ................................ ............................  75
Principles in the European Constitutionalising Process
JOXERRAMON BENGOETX  A  ........................ ............. ................. ... .. 100
The Aporia of Sovereignty: On the Representation of the People in
Constitutional Discourse
EMmios A. CHRISTODOUUDIS  ...... ....................................... ...... ..... 111

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