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

Edited by: Loic Azoulai, Segolene Barbou des Places, Etienne Pataut

ISBN13: 9781782259336
Published: May 2016
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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How is the idea of the ‘person’ conceived in European law? This question has come more to fore for European lawyers and this innovative edited collection argues that the European Union has had a transformative effect on the category of the person.

Taking a two part approach, it firstly looks at the legal mechanisms used when constructing the person in EU law. Once that is established, the collection looks at the question outside the field of EU, exploring the question from the sociological and philosophical perspective. Bringing together world experts to debate the question of personhood, this collection represents important and rigorous scholarship on this key question.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Part I: IntroductionBeing a Person in the European Union Loïc Azoulai, Ségolène Barbou des Places and Etienne Pataut

Part II: Potential and Limits of EU Legal Individualism
1. Emancipation Through Law? Floris de Witte
2. Alienation, Despair and Social Freedom Alexander Somek
3. The Subjectification of the Citizen in European Public Law Marco Dani
4. The Persona of EU Law Damian Chalmers

Part III: Reconstructing Personhood in EU Law
5. Ambiguities of Personhood, Citizenship, Migration and Fundamental Rights in EU Law Daniel Thym
6. Neo-mediaeval Permutations of Personhood in the European Union Dimitry Kochenov
7. The 'Enlisted Terrorist': Institutionalising Personhood in EU Law Charlotte Beaucillon

Part IV: Person and Integration8. The Integrated Person in EU Law Ségolène Barbou des Places
9. The European Individual as Part of Collective Entities (Market, Family, Society) Loïc Azoulai
10. Union Citizenship, Social Integration and Crime: Duties Through Crime Stephen Coutts
11. The Roma Population: A Borderline Case Sophie Robin-Olivier

Part V: Personhood, Identity and Status
12. Human Embryos as Persons in EU Law Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez
13. Civil Registration Through the Prism of Gender: Revealing Discriminations Anne-Marie Leroyer
14. The Legal Subject, Social Class and Identity-based Rights Hans-W Micklitz
15. A Family Status for the European Citizen? Etienne Pataut