Christodoulidis glasgow. He is also Docent of the University of Helsinki. He is author of many articles on constitutional theory, democratic theory, critical legal theory, and transitional justice, and his book Law and Reflexive Politics won the European Award for Legal Theory in and the Society of Legal Scholars SLS Prize for 'Outstanding Legal Scholarship'; it was also translated and published in Japan. His interests lie mainly in the area of the philosophy and sociology of law and in constitutional theory.
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Christodoulidis glasgow. He is also Docent of the University of Helsinki. He is author of many articles on constitutional theory, democratic theory, critical legal theory, and transitional justice, and his book Law and Reflexive Politics won the European Award for Legal Theory in and the Society of Legal Scholars SLS Prize for 'Outstanding Legal Scholarship'; it was also translated and published in Japan.
His interests lie mainly in the area of the philosophy and sociology of law and in constitutional theory. Christodoulidis, E. Series: Research handbooks in legal theory. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. ISBN In: Christodoulidis, E. Research Handbook in Critical Legal Theory. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp.
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ISBN 1 International Journal for the Semiotics of Law , 10 2 , pp. Gavin Baillie - 'Actor or activist?
On the Politics of Societal Constitutionalism. Emilios Christodoulidis , University of Glassgow Follow. This paper is an internal critique of the theory of societal constitutionalism as developed by Gunther Teubner, with a specific emphasis on the constitutional and the political dimensions of the theory. As critique it focuses on the arguably unacknowledged dangers of co-option: the danger that constitutionalization, as an ongoing process, undercuts what we typically associate with the constitutional, which is its framing function; that this problem is accentuated when it comes to the transnational; and that its reflexivity runs the danger of market capture, in which case it remains only nominally political. The danger of market capture for societal constitutionalism is that the market becomes the means of calling forth the "societal" by submitting it to functional imperatives and, in the final instance, harnessing it to market allocations.
Professor Emilios Christodoulidis