Posts Tagged ‹rule of law

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

A Theory of Rule of Law (RL)

Max Weber has had a huge influence upon the enquiry into civilisations and their differences. Books and articles keep coming out on Western rationality and the Occidental form of capitalism, what he called modern capitalism. But things have changed since 1904, when he started publishing on world religions and their...
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

The triple crisis in Hungary: The “Backsliding” of Hungarian Democracy after Twenty Years

This paper tries to point out that the three consecutive crises (the triple crisis) in the New Member States (NMS) have claimed the heavy social price that has been responsible for the drastic “backsliding of the new democracies”. These countries underwent a transformation recession in the early nineties and, once...

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