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Constructing the Person in EU Law: Rights, Roles, Identities

Abstract : The European Union places the 'individual' or person, 'at the heart of its activities'. It is a central concept in all of EU economics, politics, society and ethics. The 15 chapters in this innovative edited collection argue that EU law has had a transformative effect on this concept. The collection looks at the mechanisms used when 'constructing the person' in EU law. It goes beyond traditional literature on 'Europe and the Individual', exploring the question of personhood through critical and contextual perspectives. Constructing the Person in EU Law: Rights, Roles, Identities brings together contributions and debates from experts around Europe to this key question.
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Loïc Azoulai, Etienne Pataut, Ségolène Barbou Des Places. Constructing the Person in EU Law: Rights, Roles, Identities. Loïc Azoulai; Etienne Pataut; Ségolène Barbou Des Place. Hart Publishing, pp.344, 2016. ⟨hal-01555848⟩

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