András Jakab's monograph on "European Constitutional Language" has been published by Cambridge University Press
Addressing constitutional lawyers, this book discusses the fundamental questions of constitutional law from a theoretical perspective. Its aim is to map the immense literature on these questions (i.e., to provide a well-structured and concise overview) and to give methodologically clear, partially novel answers, as well as to demonstrate the practical relevance of constitutional theory through examples of its application, thus highlighting how different theoretical answers (as implied premises) lead to different legal solutions. The monograph – published in Hungarian and in English at the same time – is the result of a decade of research and its content will, hopefully, be useful to experts both in the theory and the practice of the field. Its central thesis is that the key concepts of constitutional law should be interpreted as answers to past and present challenges in society.
Further information is available on the publisher’s webpage: http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/law/jurisprudence/european-constitutional-language