Title:Rights and moral reasoning: an unstated assumption - a comment on Jeremy Waldron's 'judges as moral reasoners' Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2009Citation:
- International journal of constitutional law, 2009, 7, 1, 25-45
Type:ArticleAbstract:Both defenders and critics of judicial review assume that a special moral capacity is needed for a correct articulation of constitutional rights, although they disagree about who is likely to possess this moral capacity ...
Title:Judicial review in Central and Eastern Europe : rationales or rationalizations? Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2009Citation:
- Israel law review, 2009, Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 500-527
Title:Partnering with Strasbourg : constitutionalisation of the European Court of Human Rights, the accession of Central and East European states to the Council of Europe, and the idea of pilot judgement Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2009Citation:
- Human rights law review, 2009, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 397-453
Type:ArticleAbstract:The accession of Central and East European States into the European Convention of Human Rights system was both a threat and a promise to the system. The threat resulted not only from the substantial increase of the number ...
Title:Reasonableness and value pluralism in law and politics Author(s):SADURSKI, WojciechDate:2009Citation:
- Giovanni SARTOR, Giorgio BONGIOVANNI and Chiara VALENTINI (eds), Reasonableness and law, Dorcrecht ; Heidelberg ; London ; New York : Springer, 2009, Law and philosophy library ; 86, pp. 129-146
Type:Contribution to book