The Normativity of the European Union Erik Eriksen

ISBN: 9781137391445

Published: December 3rd 2013

Hardcover

144 pages


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The Normativity of the European Union  by  Erik Eriksen

The Normativity of the European Union by Erik Eriksen
December 3rd 2013 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9781137391445 | 3.15 Mb

Reconstructing the integration process with a view to the Eurozone crisis, Eriksen provides an insight into the conditions for integration and the nature of the EU. The book offers a novel account of what has made European integration possible basedMoreReconstructing the integration process with a view to the Eurozone crisis, Eriksen provides an insight into the conditions for integration and the nature of the EU.

The book offers a novel account of what has made European integration possible based on a pragmatist approach. The force of reasons in legally organized orders constitutes the core component of this approach. Eriksen identifies the main reasons for European integration as imperatives – as normative musts.

The book explains why further integration has become a moral duty and why there is an expectation that the EU should be democratic. A novel model of the EU as a non-state government premised on a set of democratic innovations is suggested. This model, which has a cosmopolitan underpinning, is in line with changes in international relations brought about by the integration process- the conditioning of sovereignty upon the respect of democracy and human rights.



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