N. W. Barber

The Constitutional State

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Belongs to series Oxford Constitutional Theory
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SUMMARY
An original account of the nature of the state and its constitution, casting light on some of the central puzzles faced by writers on constitutions. Amongst the issues considered are the possibility of states to undertake actions and form intentions, and the moral significance of these actions for the state's citizens.
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EDITION
© 2012
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Paperback
ISBN
9780199659937
LANGUAGE
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PAGES
199
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