Synopses & Reviews
The Constitution was written to shape human behavior and affairs, and it does so by appealing to peoples hearts, not only their minds. An interdisciplinary analysis sheds new light on the emotions that underlie constitutional law, with many cogent examples.
"Both the cultural-historical and the strictly legal erudition of the author are impressive and the depth and orginality of his intuitions are very often admirable. . . . Constitutional Sentiments is a well written scholarly argument, which reads pleasurably, flowing often like a good novel."—Bogdan Iancu, Law & Politics Book Review
About the Author
András Sajó is Justice at the European Court of Human Rights and University Professor, Central European University, Budapest. He lives in Strasbourg, France.