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El neoconstitucionalismo y la normatividad del derecho. Escritos de derecho constitucional y filosofía del derecho

  • Carlos Bernal Pulido
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    Este libro es un conjunto de estudios que exploran el concepto de neoconstitucionalismo, como nuevo entendimiento de la Constitución y del Estado Social y Democrático de Derecho, así como las variaciones que implica para el ordenamiento jurídico y para su aplicación judicial. En este sentido, por una parte, representa una obra de utilidad para los académicos interesados en escudriñar las más recientes concepciones del Estado y del derecho tanto desde la perspectiva de la filosofía del derecho como la del derecho constitucional. Por otra parte, este libro pretende ser de utilidad para los jueces, abogados en ejercicio y demás operadores jurídicos que, a partir de la Constitución Política de 1991 y de su desarrollo por parte de la jurisprudencia constitucional, se ven forzados a utilizar en la praxis cotidiana las formas neoconstitucionales de aplicación del derecho.

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    This book is provided by Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho in its series Books with number 333 and published in 2009.
    Volume: 1
    Edition: 1
    ISBN: 978-958-710-429-5
    Handle: RePEc:ext:derech:333
    Contact details of provider: Web page: http://www.uexternado.edu.co/derecho

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