From Jastrzębowski's Idea of Integrated Europe (The Treaty of 3 May 1831) to the April Constitution of 1935

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Dawid Bunikowski

Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship, Department of Philosophy; University of the Arctic; Cardiff University, Centre for Law and Religion; University of Eastern Finland, Law School

Date Written: October 18, 2017

Abstract

This paper is legal-philosophical and legal-historical and has two select aims. One is to shed the light on ideas of European integration in the 19th century Polish political thought represented by Wojciech Bogumił Jastrzębowski's Treatise on Eternal Alliance among Civilized Nations. The Constitution for Europe. The second aim is to show two constitutional ways of thinking in Poland in 1919-1939: the democratic one represented by the March Constitution of 1921 and the quasi-authoritarian one represented by the April Constitution of 1935.

Keywords: Europe, integration, Poland, 19th century, political philosophy

Suggested Citation

Bunikowski, Dawid, From Jastrzębowski's Idea of Integrated Europe (The Treaty of 3 May 1831) to the April Constitution of 1935 (October 18, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3055499 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3055499

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