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dc.contributor.authorDuc Tien Nguyen-
dc.date.accessioned2022-01-07T07:19:07Z-
dc.date.available2022-01-07T07:19:07Z-
dc.date.issued2020-11-30-
dc.identifier.urihttp://www.klri.re.kr:9090/handle/2017.oak/9798-
dc.description.abstractThe term ‘constitutional identity’ has gained increasing popularity
in constitutional jurisprudence. However, it remains a contested concept
that accommodates diverse approaches to both national and transnational constitutional
issues. Drawing on Gary Jacobsohn’s work, the article will outline a
theoretical framework to locate the identity of a constitution through a comparative
law lens. To put it in perspective, the article argues that pacifism – lying at
the heart of Japan’s postwar Constitution– may be considered a constitutional
identity of Japan. On top of it, this identity is gradually changing. The article
attempts to capture its dynamic by probing recent constitutional discourses on
Japan’s self-defense stance.
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dc.publisher한국법제연구원-
dc.titleFarewell to Pacifism the Changing Facet of Japan's Constitutional Identity-
dc.citation.date2020-
dc.citation.endPage388-
dc.citation.number2-
dc.citation.publisher한국법제연구원-
dc.citation.startPage343-
dc.citation.volume10-
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationVol. 10 Issue. 2 Page. 343-388, 2020-
dc.identifier.localId18050k-
dc.rights.accessRights원문무료이용-
dc.subject.keywordConstitutional theory-
dc.subject.keywordConstitutional law-
dc.subject.keywordConstitutional identity-
dc.subject.keywordConstitutional dialogue-
dc.subject.keywordConstitutional change-
dc.subject.keywordComparative law-
dc.subject.keywordPacifism-
dc.subject.keywordJapan’s Constitution.-
dc.title.partNameArticles-
dc.type.localKLRI Journal of Law and Legislation-
dc.description.statementOfResponsibilityDuc Tien Nguyen-
dc.description.tableOfContentsI. Introduction
II. Towards a Theory of Constitutional Identity
A. Constitutional Text as a Starting Point
B. “Bounded Fluidity” – a Contextual Reading
C. Constitutional Disharmony and Dialogical Articulation
III. Critical Reflection on Constitutional Identity Theory
A. National Identity and Constitutional Identity
B. Beyond the Juri-centric Mindset
IV. Pacifism as Japan’s Constitutional Identity
A. Article 9 and Its Original Intent
B. Article 9 in Context and Its Dynamics
V. Concluding Remarks
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