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Victimhood of the Nation as a Legally Protected Value in Transitional States – Poland as a Case Study

). Gliszczyńska-Grabias A, ‘Penalizing Holocaust Denial - a View from Europe’ in Small ChA (ed), Global Antisemitism - A Crisis of Modernity (Brill 2013). Sadurski W, ‘Transitional Constitutionalism: Simplistic and Fancy Theories’ in A Czarnota, M Krygier and W Sadurski (eds), Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism (CEU Press 2005). Scheppele KL, ‘Constitutional Interpretation after Regimes of Horror’ in S Karstedt (ed) Legal Institutions and Collective Memories (Hart Publishing 2009). Skapska G, ‘Restitutive Justice, Rule of

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Bi-Ethnic Federalism and the Question of Sovereignty: Understanding the Competitive Security Postures in Cyprus

, The Creation of States in International Law , Clarendon Press, Oxford. • Del Mar Katherine, 2013, ‘The myth of Remedial Secession’, in French Duncan, Statehood and Self-Determination Reconciling Tradition and Modernity in International Law , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 79-108. • Ergün, Olgun M. & Dirk Rochtus, 2008, ‘Cyprus: The Belgian ‘Tool Box’ Revisited’, Insight Turkey , X (4): 111-134. • Erhürman Tufan, 2010. ‘New Set of Negotiations in the Cyprus Problem: Federation for a Stable Democracy’, Ankarabarreview , III(1): 35

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Cleaning the Muck of Ages from the Windows into the Soul of Tax

-02-13-hardtnegrien. html (last visited Jan. 7, 2016). Killaly thinks the old mole is dead, frozen in the icy wastelands of modernity. When Killaly in his iceberg model posits worldviews as the base, he adopts an idealist approach rather than a materialist one to understanding the world. Ideas come from, and reflect, a material base. As Marx wrote: “It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness.” K ARL M ARX , Preface to a Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, available

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Franchises Lost and Gained: Post-Coloniality and the Development of Women’s Rights in Canada

, Canada’s Fifth Periodic Report CEDAW/C/2003/I/CRP.3/Add.5.1. • CEDAW, 2016, ‘Report of the Inquiry Concerning Canada of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women under Article 8 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women’. • Choquette Leslie, 1997, Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Tradition in the Peopling of French Canada , Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. • Clark Anna, 2005, ‘Women in Eighteenth-Century British Politics’, in Knott Sarah and Taylor

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The Functions of Constitutional Identity Performed in the Context of Constitutionalization of the EU Order and Europeanization of the Legal Orders of EU Member States

References • Beck Ulrich, 1992, Risk Society. Towards New Modernity , Sage Publishing, Thousand Oaks, California. • Blondel Jean, 1995, Comparative Government. An Introduction , Routledge, New York. • Von Bogdandy Armin and Schill Stefan, 2011, ‘Overcoming Absolute Primacy: Respect for National Identity under the Lisbon Treaty’, Common Market Law Review , XLVIII(6): 1417-1454. • Carrozza Paolo, 2008, ‘Constitutionalism’s Post-Modern Opening’, in Loughlin Martin and Walker Neil (eds), The Paradox of Constitutionalism. Constituent Power

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Administration or Federation? Constitutional Self-Image and the World Political Order in Which the EU Finds Itself

Jan-Herman, 2009, ‘The Franco-German’ Constitutional Divide: Reflections on National and Constitutional Identity’, European Constitutional Law Review , V(3): 374-390. • Rosenfeld Michel, 2010, The Identity of the Constitutional Subject: Selfhood, Citizenship, Culture, and Community , Routledge, Abingdon. • Ruggie John Gerard, 1993, ‘Territoriality and Beyond: Problematizing Modernity in International Relations’, International Organization , XLVII(1): 139-174. • Schmitt Carl, 2008, Constitutional Theory , Jeffrey Seitzer tr and ed, Duke

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Trust and National Belonging: Welfare for Disabled Veterans in Bohemia (1914–1918)

problems with employment services for disabled veterans to »personal qualities of the invalids, degenerating [»ausarten«] into the so-called pension psychosis«. N.d.: Bericht, p. 29. For Anthony Giddens, the doctor–patient relationship is one of the paradigmatic situations where personal interaction is able to refresh or undermine trust in abstract expert systems. Anthony Giddens: The Consequences of Modernity, Cambridge 1991 [1990], p. 83–92. The positioning as experts claimed by medical and occupational professionals of the Landeskommissionen proved to be extremely

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»The Long Line They Must Make in the Night«: Performative Realism in the Italian State’s Relations with Outsiders

Deportations of Sojourners in Israel«, in: International Labor and Working-Class History 79 (2011), pp. 81–102. and the way in which migrants are blamed by the natives for abysmal circumstances foisted upon them by the state, David Bacon: Illegal People. How Globalization Creates Migration and Criminalizes Immigrants, Boston 2009. evidences the performative realism Uli Linke: »Contact Zones. Rethinking the Sensual Life of the State«, in: Anthropological Theory 6 (2006), pp. 205–225. of the state’s relationship with ›others‹. Jock Young: The Vertigo of Late Modernity

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Bureaucracy and Emotions - Perspectives across Disciplines

and the Social Sciences. Testing the Limits of Braudel’s Mediterranean, Kirksville, MO, 2002, pp. 191–204, at pp. 196–203. Modern law since the Age of Enlightenment, on the other hand, demonstrated abstinence from emotions and ›dethematized‹ them. Thus, as far as the historical development of modernity is concerned, i.e. the last 200 years, the basic statements of the current discussion can – with all due caution – also be made applicable. The second objection concerns a fundamental methodological problem. Given that legal discussions always have a normative

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Building a Local Administration Abroad
The French Consulate in Salonica in the 19th Century

. Ottoman modernity was indeed not merely synonymous with standardization, homogenization and uniformity, contrary to what the French consuls were looking for, projecting their own model onto the Ottoman system. It also aimed to maintain, by adapting them, the imperial traditions and, in particular, the religious specificity of the Empire. Roderic H. Davison: »Ottoman Public Relations in the Nineteenth Century: How the Sublime Porte Tried to Influence European Public Opinion«, in: Daniel Panzac (ed.): Histoire économique et sociale de ľEmpire ottoman et de la Turquie

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