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Introduction: Beyond the Paradox of Constitution Part I: History and Theory 1: Constituent Authority 2: Constitutional Learning 3: Conventions, Constituent Assemblies, and Roundtables Part II: Two Case Studies 4: The Hungarian Paradox 5: Turkey: Authoritarian Constitution Making, Reform, and the Crisis of Constitutionalism Part III: Populist Constituent Politics 6: Political Theology and Populism Conclusion

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Andrew Arato is the Dorothy Hart Hirshon Professor of Political and Social Theory in the department of sociology at The New School. He is best known for his influential book Civil Society and Political Theory, co-authored with Jean L. Cohen. From 1994 to 2014 he was the co-editor of the journal Constellations.

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