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Antaki, Mark

Sensing the Nation's Law

Antaki, Mark - Sensing the Nation's Law, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Mark Antaki, Angela Condello, Stefan Huygebaert, Sarah Marusek

Part I. Revolution, Constitution, Republic

2. Monument, Portrait, Tableau: Making Sense of and with Jacques-Louis David’s Tennis Court Oath
Mark Antaki, Catherine Guerrier

3. The Quest for the Decisive Constitutional Moment (DCM)
Stefan Huygebaert

4. Courbet and the Nude Republican Master
Oliver Watts

Part II. The Aesthetic Constitution of Office

5. Justice Petrified: The Seat of the Italian Supreme Court between Law, Architecture and Iconography
Stefania Gialdroni

6. Visual Rhetoric as “A Space-in-Between”: Semiotic Account of French Official Presidential Photographs
Anne Wagner

Part III. Untimely Reflections on the Nation’s Law

7. Here and Now: From “Aestheticizing Politics” to “Politicizing Art”
Desmond Manderson

8. A Hypothesis on the Genealogy of the Motto “In God We Trust” and the Emergence of the Identity of the Church
Paolo Napoli

Part IV. Out of Many, One

9. Appreciation or Appropriation? An Indigenous Moment in the American Numismatic Narrative (1999–2009)
Sarah Marusek

10. Internormative Gastronomies: Law, Nation and Identity
Richard Mohr, Nadirsyah Hosen

Part V. Consensus

11. Aesthetic Mediation: Towards Legitimate Power
Angela Condello

Keywords: Law, Fundamentals of Law, Philosophy of Law, Arts

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in the History of Law and Justice
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319754970
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-75495-6

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