Its Sources, Limits and Identity
European Legal and Constitutional Cultures
Abstract: The article characterises the notion of European legal culture in context of the main difference between the English and continental legal systems which lies in the perception of the role of the judge and the recognition of the role of judge-made law as a source of law. In the next step it indicates the principal components of constitutional cultures and its relation to general legal culture. Finally, it responds to the problem how to understand a common European constitutional culture.
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