Originally presented as author's thesis (LL.D.)--University of Pretoria, 2007.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 509-554) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Ch. 1-A. The basic structure and the methodology of the argument ch. 1-B. Why rethinking the foundations of South African constitutional law is necessary ch. 1-C. How rethinking our understanding of the self and the social services a better constitutional theory ch. 2. A theory of the self: consciousness and radically heterogeneous selves as feedback mechanisms ch. 3. A theory of the social: constraint, friction and change ch. 4. A theory of the constitutional: experimental constitutionalism ch. 5. Experimental constitutionalism in South Africa: institutions and doctrines ch. 6. Experimental constitutionalism in South Africa: the evolution of law and policy in housing and education ch. 7. Flourishing and fundamental rights under the South African constitution ch. 8. Tweaking doctrine: Constitutional Court cases revisited and revised ch. 9. Coda.