Formwandel der Verfassung : Die postdemokratische Verfasstheit des Transnationalen

Whether in global markets, in the EU, or in international law - constitutions are long being formed beyond the state with severe consequences. In this post-democratic constitutionalism, a market-liberal program is given the status of an unquestionable consensus, reinforced by a higher-ranking... Ausführliche Beschreibung

Verfasser / Komponist: Möller, Kolja
Verfasserangabe: Kolja Möller
Medientyp: E-Book, Hochschulschrift
veröffentlicht: Bielefeld: transcript, 2015
2015
Umfang: Online-Ressource (240 S.)
Hochschulschriftenvermerk: Teilw. zugl.: Flensburg, Univ., Diss., 2013
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Zusammenfassung: Whether in global markets, in the EU, or in international law - constitutions are long being formed beyond the state with severe consequences. In this post-democratic constitutionalism, a market-liberal program is given the status of an unquestionable consensus, reinforced by a higher-ranking law. Kolja Möller connects system theory, post-Marxist resources, and democracy theory to show, using different examples: Neither returning to national democracy nor spreading individual global citizen rights will improve this situation. Instead, a deposing power is needed to resolve the substantive over-formation of constitutions beyond the state. The new and critical constitutional theory thus created challenges the current diagnoses of declining status of democracy, and sheds a new light on the »democratic deficit« of globalization.
ISBN: 9783839430934
3839430933
doi: 10.14361/9783839430934