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Constitution: a constitution is the supreme law of a state. It sets out the fundamental principles by which the state is governed, such as the powers of the government, the rights of the citizens, and the relationship between the government and the citizens.
Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Ackerman, Bruce Constitution   Ackerman, Bruce
Aristotle Constitution   Aristotle
Böckenförde, Ernst-Wolfgang Constitution   Böckenförde, Ernst-Wolfgang
Buchanan, James M. Constitution   Buchanan, James M.
Cicero Constitution   Cicero
Constitutional Economics Constitution   Constitutional Economics
Husserl, Edmund Constitution   Husserl, Edmund
Levitsky, Steven Constitution   Levitsky, Steven
Marsilius of Padua Constitution   Marsilius of Padua
Montesquieu, Ch.-L. de Secondat Constitution   Montesquieu, Ch.-L. de Secondat
Plato Constitution   Plato
Public Choice Theory Constitution   Public Choice Theory
Rawls, John Constitution   Rawls, John
Republicanism Constitution   Republicanism
Spinoza, Baruch Constitution   Spinoza, Baruch
Thomas Aquinas Constitution   Thomas Aquinas
Wallace, George Constitution   Wallace, George
Ziblatt, Daniel Constitution   Ziblatt, Daniel

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