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Loughlin M. Foundations of Public Law - Oxford University Press, 2010 - 543 p. Download
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Foundations of Public Law offers an account of the formation of the discipline of public law with a view to identifying its essential character, explaining its particular modes of operation, and specifying its unique task. Building on the framework first outlined in The Idea of Public Law (OUP, 2003), the book conceives public law broadly as a type of law that comes into existence as a consequence of the secularization, rationalization, and positivization of themedieval idea of fundamental law. Formed as a result of the changes that give birth to the modern state, public law establishes the authority and legitimacy of modern governmental ordering.Public law today is a universal phenomenon, but its origins are European
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Introduction: Rediscovering Public Law 
I. ORIGINS 
1. Medieval Origins 
I. The Theological-Political Question 
II. The Papal Monarchy 
III. Empire and Papacy 
IV. Theocratic Kingship 
V. Regnum and Sacerdotium 
VI. Conciliarism 
VII. The Secularization of Government 
VIII. Medieval and Modern Constitutionalism 
2. The Birth of Public Law 
I. The Methodological Turn 
II. Bodin’s Method 
III. Absolutism 
IV. The Constitution of Sovereignty 
V.   Modern     Natural     Law:    Subjective     Right,    Security,   and Sociability 
VI. Transition Paradoxes 
II. FORMATION 
3. The Architecture of Public Law 
I. Right Ordering 
II. Early-Modern Formation 
III. The Architectural Metaphor 
IV. The Architecture of Power 
V. Constitutional Architecture 
4. The Science of Political Right: I 
I. Political Right 
II. Rousseau’s Science of Political Right 
III. Sovereignty and Government in The Social Contract 
IV. Modernity and German Idealism: Kant’s Rechtslehre 
V. The Formal Science of Political Right 
5. The Science of Political Right: II 
I. Rousseau’s Pessimism 
II. The Political Pact in Historical Practice 
III. Rousseau’s Sociology of Political Right 
IV. Fichte’s Foundations of Natural Right 
V.  The Concept of Political Right in Hegel’s Rechtsphilosophie 
VI. The Struggle for Recognition 
6. Political Jurisprudence 
I. Public Law as Political Jurisprudence 
II. Power 
III. Liberty 
IV. The Grammar of Public Law 
III. STATE 
7. The Concept of the State 
I. Sovereignty: A Conceptual Sketch 
II. Status, Estate, State 
III. Staatslehre 
IV. Community, Society, State 
V. The State as a Scheme of Intelligibility 
8. The Constitution of the State 
I. The Concept of the Constitution 
II. The Normative Power of the Factual 
III. Constituent Power 
IV. The Public Sphere 
V. Droit Politique as the Constitution of the State 
9. State Formation 
I. European State-building Practices 
II. The Formation of the English Parliament 
III. Parliament and the Formation of the Modern State 
IV. The Struggle for Responsible Government 
V. The Formation of the Parliamentary State 
VI. Representative and Responsible Government 
VII. State, Law, and Constitution 
IV. CONSTITUTION 
10. The Constitutional Contract 
I. Modern Constitutions 
II. The Constitution as Contract 
III. Revolution and Constitution 
IV. The Constitution as Fundamental Law 
V. Constitutional Maintenance 
VI. Constitutional Patriotism 
VII. Reflexive Constitutionalism 
11. Rechtsstaat, Rule of Law, l’Etat de droit 
I. The Ambiguous Character of the Rule of Law 
II. Origins 
III. Mode of Association 
IV. The Rule of Law as Liberal Aspiration 
V.Rechtsstaat or Staatsrecht? 
12. Constitutional Rights 
I. Natural Rights, Civil Rights, Constitutional Rights 
II. Civil Society 
III. Bills of Rights 
IV. Constitutional Adjudication 
V. Subjective Rights and Objective Law 
V. GOVERNMENT 
13. The Prerogatives of Government 
I. Prerogative Power 
II. Locke on the Prerogative 
III. The Executive within Modern Republican Government 
IV.  Government Growth, Executive Power, and Modern Constitutions 
V. Prerogative Transformed 
VI. Prerogative Sublated 
14. Potentia 
I. The Disciplinary Revolution 
II. Cameralism 
III. The Police Power 
IV. Justice and Police 
V. The Growth of Administrative Power 
15. The New Architecture of Public Law 
I. The Emergence of Administrative Law 
II. The English Quarrel with Administrative Law 
III. Administrative Government and the Separation of Powers 
IV. The Rise of the Ephorate 
V. The New Separation of Powers 
VI. The Transformation of Public Law 
VII. The Triumph of the Social?

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