In Leslie Green & Brian Leiter (eds.), Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Law. Oxford University Press (2011)
|Abstract||The existence of unwritten constitutions, such as that of the UK, strikes some as puzzling. However the existence of unwritten constitutions turns out to be easier to explain than the existence of written constitutions, such as that of the US. In this paper I explore, and attempt to answer, some tricky conceptual questions thrown up by written constitutions.|
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