xvii, 464 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9781402084997 hardback alkaline paper 1402084994 hardback alkaline paper 9781402085000 1402085001
Law and philosophy library ; v. 86.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The reasonableness of law /Robert Alexy A sufficientist approach to reasonableness in legal decision-making and judicial review /Giovanni Sartor Reasonableness, common sense, and science /Alberto Artosi Reciprocity, balancing and proportionality : Rawls and Habermas on moral and political reasonableness /Giorgio Bongiovanni and Chiara Valentini Law, liberty and reason /Philip Pettit Reasonableness and value pluralism in law and politics /Wojciech Sadurski Global legitimation and reasonableness /Sebastiano Maffettone Philip Pettit's Law, liberty and reason : Republican freedom and criminal justice /Luca Baccelli Proportionality, judicial review, and global constitutionalism /Alec Stone Sweet and Jud Mathews Constitutional adjudication and the principle of reasonableness /Andrea Morrone Some critical thoughts on proportionality /Iddo Porat Reasonable persons in private law /Arthur Ripstein The reasonable consumer under European and Italian regulations on unfair business-to-consumer commercial practices /Chiara Alvisi Reasonableness in administrative law /Giacinto della Cananea Reasonableness in administrative law : a comparative reflection on functional equivalence /Michal Bobek Reasonableness, bioethics, and biolaw /Carla Faralli Reasonableness in biolaw : is it necessary? /Amedeo Santosuosso Reasonableness and biolaw /Stephanie Hennette-Vauchez Reasonableness in biolaw : the criminal law perspective /Stefano Canestrari and Francesca Faenza The principle of reasonableness in European Union law /Adelina Adinolfi An evolving "rule of reason" in the European market /Lucia Serena Rossi and Stephen J. Curzon From state-centered towards constitutional "public reason" in modern international economic law /Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann.