- New Perspectives on Montesquieu
- The Crisis of Constitutional Democracy
- American Public Philosophy in the Age of Trump
- On the Compatibility of Natural Law and Natural Rights
- Author Meets Critics: Alexander Tsesis’s “Constitutional Ethos”
- Liberalism in Crisis
- Challenges to the Rule of Law
- The Future of Conservatism
- Constitution Making in Religiously Divided Societies
See for more information about the program: http://web.apsanet.org/apsa2017/.
Press Release: ‘Twelve ILS seed money grants for frontier research at Leiden Law School’
Participant, ‘Great Transformations: Political Science and the Big Questions of Our Time’, 2016 APSA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, September 1-4
Posted in Comparative Constitutional Law, Democracy, Law and Religion, Religion and Politics, Whither Europe?
Tagged conservatism, constitution making, constitutional democracy, constitutional ethos, liberalism, Montesquieu, natural law, natural rights, political legitimacy, public philosophy, religiously divided societies, rule of law, Trump