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Doctoral Thesis
Document
Author
Full name
Jorge Octávio Lavocat Galvão
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Ferreira Filho, Manoel Goncalves (President)
Amaral Júnior, José Levi Mello do
Ávila, Humberto Bergmann
Mendes, Gilmar Ferreira
Ramos, Elival da Silva
Title in Portuguese
O neoconstitucionalismo e o fim do estado de direito
Keywords in Portuguese
Direito constitucional
Estado (direito)
Estado moderno
Teoria do estado
Abstract in Portuguese
Na última década emergiu na academia brasileira um movimento doutrinário denominado Neoconstitucionalismo, que advoga a adoção de uma série de posturas interpretativas que conferem maior liberdade aos juízes ao decidirem os casos constitucionais no intuito de promover transformação social pelo Direito. A partir de uma reconstrução interpretativa do ideal político Estado de Direito, procura-se avaliar o impacto das teses defendidas pelo modelo decisório neoconstitucionalista, concluindo-se que nas sociedades democráticas contemporâneas, em que há profundos desacordos morais, a sua adoção é inadequada por implicar violações à dignidade humana.
Title in English
The neoconstitutionalism and the end of the rule of law
Keywords in English
Human dignity
Neoconstitutionalism
Rule of law
Social transformation
Abstract in English
In the last decade, a legal movement known as neoconstitutionalism has emerged in the Brazilian legal academy. It advocates the adoption of a series of interpretative attitudes which confer a wide margin of discretion to judges when deciding constitutional cases with the aim of achieving social transformation through law. Relying on a reconstructive interpretation of the Rule of Law political ideal, this work aims to assess the impacts of the thesis defended by the neoconstitutionalist adjudicative model. It concludes, at the end, that in contemporary democratic societies, where people deeply disagree on moral regards, the adoption of neoconstitucionalism is inadequate in virtue of the violations it infringes upon human dignity.
 
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2015-08-29
Publishing Date
2013-09-12
 
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