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From Roots to Branches and Back: Popular Sovereignty Within Constitutional Theory

From Roots to Branches and Back: Popular Sovereignty Within Constitutional Theory Wayne D. Moore The editors of this invited me, along with others, constitutionalism in connection with developing normative modto comment on the state of constitutional theory. More specifiels of politics. Those models have, in turn, provided critical percally, I have been asked to evaluate how well constitutional thespectives for assessing particular regimes. Stated differently and ory as a field assesses, studies, and crafts scholarship related to more generally, empirical analysis has enriched normative thethe constitution of good regimes. I have also been encouraged to ory, while the latter has guided and informed evaluation of suggest improvements in the scope, methods, and/or conception insights resulting from the former. of constitutional theory. Thus while I accept the invitation to comment on how well Preliminarily, I would like to emphasize the importance of constitutional theory assesses, studies, and crafts scholarship distinctions among (1) efforts to understand particular constiturelated to the constitution of good regimes, I view such an tions, constitutional institutions and inquiry as distinct and potentially practices, and constitutionalism more divergent from the one encouraging Thus while I accept the invitation to generally; (2) the derivation or defense suggestions regarding the scope, methcomment on how well constitutional of appropriate criteria http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

From Roots to Branches and Back: Popular Sovereignty Within Constitutional Theory

The Good Society , Volume 13 (2) – Jun 1, 2004

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Wayne D. Moore The editors of this invited me, along with others, constitutionalism in connection with developing normative modto comment on the state of constitutional theory. More specifiels of politics. Those models have, in turn, provided critical percally, I have been asked to evaluate how well constitutional thespectives for assessing particular regimes. Stated differently and ory as a field assesses, studies, and crafts scholarship related to more generally, empirical analysis has enriched normative thethe constitution of good regimes. I have also been encouraged to ory, while the latter has guided and informed evaluation of suggest improvements in the scope, methods, and/or conception insights resulting from the former. of constitutional theory. Thus while I accept the invitation to comment on how well Preliminarily, I would like to emphasize the importance of constitutional theory assesses, studies, and crafts scholarship distinctions among (1) efforts to understand particular constiturelated to the constitution of good regimes, I view such an tions, constitutional institutions and inquiry as distinct and potentially practices, and constitutionalism more divergent from the one encouraging Thus while I accept the invitation to generally; (2) the derivation or defense suggestions regarding the scope, methcomment on how well constitutional of appropriate criteria

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The Good SocietyPenn State University Press

Published: Jun 1, 2004

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