GÊNESE CONSTITUCIONAL BRASILEIRA:
The Genesis of the Brazilian Constitution
Autores: Manoel Valente Figueiredo Neto
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This book The Genesis of the Brazilian Constitution analyzes Brazil’s constitutional background in the context of the 1823 Constituent Assembly and the Imperial Constitution. It considers them as theaters for debates over political and legal questions concerning Brazil at the time, which, thirsting for a Constitution as a Charter of Political Objectives, discussed and formulated the ideals of what would become the first genuinely Brazilian Magna Carta. It verifies that, during this historical moment, there were in Brazil thoughts and formulations about the application of legal doctrines hitherto consecrated in other countries and how to adapt them to the Brazilian case in a rational, intentional and productive way. That author adopts a historical perspective to examine bibliographic and documentary sources. The book reveals how Brazil’s historical experience contributed to the articulation of its unique constitutional thought–one capable of representing the circumstances that shaped the formulation and adaptation of the Constitution throughout time and history.
Detalhes do produto
Editora: EDITORA CRV
Ano de edição: 2021
Distribuidora: EDITORA CRV
Número de páginas: 156
Formato do Livro: 16x23 cm
Número da edição:1
É jurista, sendo Professor Adjunto no Doutorado e Mestrado em Direito da UCS – Universidade de Caxias do Sul e agente público do Registro de Imóveis no Brasil. Possui Doutorado em Direito Constitucional pela UNIFOR – Universidade de Fortaleza e Mestrado em Políticas Públicas pela UFPI – Universidade Federal do Piauí.
MANOEL VALENTE FIGUEIREDO NETO
Is a lawyer, being an Adjunct Professor in the Doctorate and Master in Law at UCS – University of Caxias do Sul and public agent of the Property Registry in Brazil. He holds a PhD in Constitutional Law from UNIFOR – University of Fortaleza and a Master's in Public Policy from UFPI – Federal University of Piauí.