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J. Shaw and A. Wiener, ‘The Paradox of the European Polity’, in M. Green Cowles and M. ), State of the European Union 5: Risks, Reform, Resistance and Revival (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000). Ibid. 30 neil walker vein, too, as the present post-Laeken ‘Constitutional’ Convention on the Future of Europe demonstrates, many of the background assumptions of constitution-building in non-state contexts are drawn from the state tradition. This is as true of the very ‘Philadelphian’ form of the debate – that it takes place in a Convention, and that the preferred option of that Convention is to write a documentary Constitution11 – as it is of its content – from Charters of Rights to Madisonian conceptions of the horizontal division and vertical separation of powers.

For an exchange of views in the particular context of comparative public law, see P. ’ and N. Walker, ‘Culture, Democracy and the Convergence of Public Law: Some Scepticisms about Scepticism’, both in P. Beaumont, C. Lyons and N. ), Convergence and Divergence in European Public Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2002) at 225 and 257 respectively. constitutionalism and the problem of translation 37 translated, in the sense of a detailed hermeneutic understanding both of the context in which it was originally embedded and of the new context for which it is destined.

Z¨ockler, Kompetenzen und Grundrechte – Beschr¨ankungen der Tabakwerbung aus der Sicht des Europarechts (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1999). History teaches that formal constitutions tend to strengthen the centre, whatever the good intentions of their authors. Any formulation designed to restore constitutional discipline on this issue can be part of a Treaty revision and would not require a constitution for it. For pragmatic proposals on this issue see J. H. H. html) (1996). PART II 2 Postnational constitutionalism and the problem of translation neil walker A few years ago Joseph Weiler spoke of the deep-seated ‘problems of translation’1 of the core normative concepts of constitutionalism from the state to the European Union setting, and by inference to other settings beyond the state.

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