Le néoconstitutionnalisme existe-t-il ?

Résumé : To be sure, `Neoconstitutionalism' is a new name for a family of well-known theories of law: a name till now used only in ``Latin'' theory of law. But, contrary to Riccardo Guastini's recent criticism, and in compliance with a larger treatment of such a stance in my still more recent book Manuale di filosofia del diritto (2011), neoconstitutionalism does exist \textendash just as well as natural law, legal positivism and legal realism do. In this contribution, in fact, three central topics of neoconstitutionalism are discussed \textendash the law-morals connection, the rules/principles distinction and balancing or ponderation \textendash in order to provide a better positivist theory of them. Here, in particular, a contingent but theoretically essential connection between law and morals is recognized; a quasi-hard distinction between legal rules and legal principles is admitted; a positivist, realist and value-pluralist theory of balancing is provided.
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Revus. Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law / Revija za ustavno teorijo in filozofijo prava, 2015, pp.101--124. 〈10.4000/revus.3208〉
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Mauro Barberis, Pierre Brunet, Jérémy Mercier. Le néoconstitutionnalisme existe-t-il ?. Revus. Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law / Revija za ustavno teorijo in filozofijo prava, 2015, pp.101--124. 〈10.4000/revus.3208〉. 〈hal-01648849〉

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