Populism and the Rule of Recognition

@inproceedings{Adamidis2021PopulismAT,
  title={Populism and the Rule of Recognition},
  author={Vasileios Adamidis},
  year={2021}
}
By reference to the impact of populism on the foundational rules of democratic legal systems, the paper explores the interconnectedness of two “essentially contested concepts”,1 democracy2 and populism,3 and their relationship with another ambiguous concept, the rule of law. 4 The main argument is that populism aims to amend the democratic rule of recognition, the most important ‘rule about rules’ upon which a legal system is founded. This has not been rigorously studied so far, despite its… Expand
1 Citations
Democracy, populism, and the rule of law: A reconsideration of their interconnectedness
Popular sovereignty plays a central role in both the democratic and the populist ideology. While democracy’s version of qualified sovereignty is accepted as mutually constitutive with the rule ofExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 33 REFERENCES
Do We Need a Minimum Definition of Populism? An Appraisal of Mudde’s Conceptualization
This contribution discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Cas Mudde’s minimalist definition to study populism. It argues that his proposal might facilitate consensus among scholars, yet hisExpand
The advantages of a thin view
TLDR
The concept of the rule of law is notoriously difficult to pin down and any attempt to define it must consider a series of different attributes, so several recent works have attempted to capture the variation in rule oflaw definitions via the use of typologies. Expand
Varieties of Rule of Law: An Introduction and Provisional Conclusion
Rule of law is one of the pillars of modernity, and widely considered necessary for sustained economic development, the implementation of democracy and the protection of human rights. Spurred on byExpand
The Rule of Law Beyond Thick and Thin
In this paper it is argued that different understandings of the requirements of the Rule of Law can to a large extent be explained by the position taken with regard to two interrelated distinctions.Expand
Populism in Latin America
Abstract : In the last two decades, Latin America has undergone substantial political, social and economic transformation; however, many new democratically-elected governments appear to lack theExpand
Democracy and the Rule of Law
Our profession is a remarkable pursuit, rich with men and women like you, yearning to promote justice. It is an honorable profession, and the rule of law it professes is the bedrock of Democracy. WeExpand
What is the Role of Recognition in the United States
INTRODUCTION 1162 I. HART, DWORKIN, AND INCLUSIVE POSITIVISM: THE DEBATE IN THE BACKGROUND 1165 A. Hart and the Rule of Recognition 1165 B. Dworkin’s Critique 1168 C. Inclusive Positivism: TheExpand
What is the Rule of Recognition (and Does it Exist)
One of the principal lessons of The Concept of Law is that legal systems are not only comprised of rules, but founded on them as well. As Hart painstakingly showed, we cannot account for the way inExpand
A Formal Theory of the Rule of Law
Since 1215 in England, and in ensuing centuries in most of the countries that England has influenced, we have witnessed more or less continuous progress toward government under the rule of law.Expand
The change in the function of law in modern society
During the period of competitive capitalism, legal theory understands by law only the general rule and not every command of the sovereign. To say that the law is general is to give not only aExpand
...
1
2
3
4
...