Comparative matters the renaissance of comparative constitutional law ran hirschl the first book to examine the analytical foundations epistemology and methodologies of comparative constitutional law fills a major gap for a sustained analysis of the role and methods of comparative constitutional studies providing a roadmap for the fields . Hirschl is a founding executive committee member of the international society of public law an editorial board member of the journal of law courts and the international journal of constitutional law i con and the co editor of a book series on comparative constitutional law and policy published by cambridge up. Now professor hirschl has written another significant work comparative matters the renaissance of comparative constitutional law his acknowledgements specify that this is the final book in a trilogy that also encompasses constitutional theocracy 2010. 1 an emblematic double entendre the titles implicit double entendre is both programmatic and emblematic for ran hirschls most recent book comparative matters really do matterand they do so in a much broader and much more encompassing way than commonly pursued by studies in comparative law. For hirschl comparative matters is thus not just any book but the final part of a tri partite expedition into the intersecting worlds of constitutional law and comparative politics past and present with side trips into religion economics sociology and legal theory v
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