北京航空航天大学学报(社会科学版) ›› 2015, Vol. 28 ›› Issue (2): 74-88.DOI: 10.13766/j.bhsk.1008-2204.2014.0627

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为何人们仍需一场革命?

马科·哥儿多尼1, 克里斯托弗·麦科金代尔2   

  1. 1. 格拉斯哥大学 法学院, 格拉斯哥 G12 8QQ;
    2. 斯特拉斯克来德大学 法学院, 格拉斯哥 G13 1PP
  • 收稿日期:2014-12-01 出版日期:2015-03-25 发布日期:2015-04-23
  • 作者简介:马科·哥儿多尼,格拉斯哥大学法学院讲师,邮箱为marco.goldoni@glasgow.ac.uk;克里斯托弗·麦科金代尔,斯特拉斯克莱德大学法学院讲师,邮箱为christopher.mccorkindale@strath.ac.uk.译者简介: 康子兴(1983- ),男,湖南衡阳人,讲师,博士,研究方向为政治学理论、古典政治经济学和古典社会理论.

Why We Still Need a Revolution

Marco Goldoni1, Christopher McCorkindale2   

  1. 1. Law School, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK;
    2. Law School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G13 1PP, UK
  • Received:2014-12-01 Online:2015-03-25 Published:2015-04-23

摘要:

设想了一次非常英国式的“武装动员”。宪法神话是有用且必要的。在稳定、秩序和安全的名义下,多数人依据宪法神话将政治权力交给少数人。冲突是政治宪法主义的必要原则与核心原则。多数人在少数人滥用权力之处重新觉醒,正是冲突的潜在可能性形成了对政府的最终制约。在极端时刻,政治冲突的力量将揭露、破坏并创造一个新的宪法神话。汤普金斯和贝拉米的著作对格里菲斯作出新近诠释,将政治下降到议会形式,从而封闭(而非扩大)了争论和讨论的领域。然而,对政治的狭窄解读将面临诸多限制。若要保持(或恢复)宪法之健康,更富活力且更具反思性的路径就是必要的。

关键词: 格里菲斯, 政治宪治主义, 制宪权, 宪制权, 宪法神话

Abstract:

This paper posits a (a very British!) call to arms, and does so in five step. In part one, we address the need for constitutional fictions by which many surrender political power to the few in the name of stability, order and security. In part two, we show that conflict is both a necessary and a core principle of political constitutionalism:that it is the latent possibility of conflict, the (re)awakening of the many where the few abuse that power, that acts as the final check on government. In part three, we examine the recent re-interpretations of the work of Griffith by Tomkins and Ballamy, which reduced politics to its parliamentary form, thereby closing, rather than "enlarging", the "areas for argument and discussion":a narrow view of the constitution to which, admittedly, Griffith himself might have subscribed. In part four, we assess the approach needed if we are to remain in, or recover, constitutional health. Finally, in part five, we use the political and constitutional background to the devolution of political conflict, in extraordinary moments, to expose, break down and create new fictions.

Key words: Griffith, political constitutionalism, constitute power, constituted power, constitution myth

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