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Grant Huscroft
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Cambridge University Press (April 21, 2008)
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The book presents a politically and philosophically balanced view of constitutional theory. Grant Huscroft is Professor and Associate Dean at the University of Western Ontario in London.

The book presents a politically and philosophically balanced view of constitutional theory. -Adam Shajnfeld (. Huscroft has done a fine job of collecting interesting essays.

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Expounding the Constitution. Essays in Constitutional Theory. What does it mean to interpret the constitution? Does constitutional interpretation involve moral reasoning, or is legal reasoning something different? What does it mean to say that a limit on a right is justified?

Expounding the Constitution. What does it mean to interpret the constitution? Does constitutional interpretation involve moral reasoning, or is legal reasoning something different? What does it mean to say that a limit on a right is justified?

Grant Huscroft is a Canadian jurist and legal scholar, who currently serves as a justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Expounding the constitution : essays in constitutional theory. Cambridge University Press.

Grant Huscroft is a Canadian jurist and legal scholar, who currently serves as a justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. ISBN 1887410 Check isbn value: length (help).

Expounding the Constitution Huscroft Cambridge Academ 9780521173346 : This book addresses key issues .

Expounding the Constitution Huscroft Cambridge Academ 9780521173346 : This book addresses key issues in contemporary constitutional theory, including the nature of interpretation of bills of . The book explains that the law of nations has not interacted with the Constitution in any single overarching way. Rather, the Constitution was designed to interact in distinct ways with each of the three traditional branchesof the law of nations that existed when it was adopted-namely, the law merchant, the law of state-state relations, and the law maritime.

The essayists are: Steven D. Smith, Larry Alexander, Jeremy Waldron, David Dyzenhaus, James Allan, Bradley W. Miller, . Waluchow, Aileen Kavanagh, . Allan, Mark Walters and Jeffrey Goldsworthy. The contradictions of mainstream constitutional theory.

What does it mean to interpret the constitution? Does constitutional interpretation involve moral reasoning, or is legal reasoning something different? What does it mean to say that a limit on a right is justified? How does judicial review fit into a democratic constitutional order? Are attempts to limit its scope incoherent? How should a jurist with misgivings about the legitimacy of judicial review approach the task of judicial review? Is there a principled basis for judicial deference? Do constitutional rights depend on the protection of a written constitution, or is there a common law constitution that is enforceable by the courts? How are constitutional rights and unwritten constitutional principles to be reconciled? In this book, these and other questions are debated by some of the world's leading constitutional theorists and legal philosophers. Their essays are essential reading for anyone concerned with constitutional rights and legal theory.