Verfassungsnominalismus (Constitutional Nominalism)

Thomas Kupka


March 1, 2011

Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy 97 (2011), pp. 44-77

Starting from two decisions of the California Supreme Court that are in result right the opposite of each other on a similar subject matter, this paper tries to establish first steps towards a theory of Constitutional Nominalism which is essentially hermeneutic, and thus, even if it may surprise some, could provide for additional consistency in constitutional adjudication.

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Keywords: Constitutional Law, Philosophical Hermeneutics, Legal Semantics

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Date posted: October 25, 2013  

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Kupka, Thomas, Verfassungsnominalismus (Constitutional Nominalism) (March 1, 2011). Archives for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy 97 (2011), pp. 44-77. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2343741

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