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Título: Calder v. Bull, interpreting the Constitution as a social compact; or a sequel to Jean Jacques Burlamaqui and the theory of social contract (II)
Palabras clave: Historia
Samuel Chase
Declaration of Independence
American Constitution
Social Contract
Jean Jacques Burlamaqui
Editorial: Universidad de Oviedo
Descripción: Calder v. Bull turns to be the vehicle to link the social contract theory of Jean Jacques Burlamaqui with the American Constitution. After analyzing the thought of Samuel Chase and the framers of the Declaration of Independence, we conclude that the pursuit of happiness ought to be seen as a principle of interpretation of a constitution that is not an isolated document, but part of a larger compact that integrates not only negative liberties but also social rights.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=259027580014
Aparece en las Colecciones:Historia Constitucional

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