CONSTITUTIONAL CULTURE: THE LESSONS OF HISTORY AND THE CHALLENGES OF TIME
Recommended for publication by the Academic Council of the Academy of Public Administration of the Republic of Armenia
Editors: R. Avagian, Doctor of Law, Professor
The subject matter of this study is the phenomenon of constitutional culture, viewed from philosophical, historical, logical, systemic-epistemological, comparative-constitutional, and legal implementation dimensions. An attempt is made, for the first time, to present the nature and specifics of the formation and expressions of constitutional culture in the Armenian reality, beginning with the Early Christian period. Current issues and challenges of constitutional developments are discussed. Trends in the systemic development of European constitutional culture are high-lighted. Conceptual approaches are proposed for the perception of the value system integrity of constitutional culture in the Republic of Armenia; profoundly incorporating the lessons of history; accurately assessing the challenges of the time, developing the policies of constitutional and legal development, and establishing constitutionalism in the country.
Revised English edition
Design and layout: Samvel Partamian
© 2005, 2009 Gagik Harutunian