Dentro del viaje constitucional europeo

Autores/as

  • Nicola Abate Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Palabras clave:

Habermas, Unión Europea, democracia, constitución, solidaridad

Resumen

Este trabajo analiza el camino constitucional europeo con los conceptos de Habermas de solidaridad e integración social. Un análisis del concepto de constitución y de los tratados (económicos) europeos revela la falta de integración social como un obstáculo para una mayor integración económica. El objetivo es vincular la justicia social y la democracia a nivel constitucional europeo sobre la base común de la igualdad. Desde esta perspectiva, el objetivo es demostrar la necesidad de una constitucionalización con una fuerte huella democrática y social debido al tipo de solidaridad que se encarna en los derechos sociales.

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09/12/2021

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Monográfico: III CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE JÓVENES INVESTIGADORES SOBRE LA UNIÓN