O Pluralismo Constitucional Transnacional de Gunther Teubner: suas promessas e limites

Autores

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2177-7055.2019v41n82p61

Palavras-chave:

Gunther Teubner, Pluralismo constitucional, Ordens jurídicas transnacionais

Resumo

Uma miríade de novas teorias constitucionais converge em atribuir um papel emergente para as formas de regulação social não submetidas aos sistemas políticos e autoridades dos Estados nacionais. Diversas abordagens tentam entender a diversidade e a multiplicidade de camadas, níveis e atores que constituem a constelação pós-nacional das estruturas regulatórias. Uma das propostas teóricas mais proeminentes é a ideia de um constitucionalismo pluralista transnacional de Gunther Teubner. Este artigo apresenta a proposta de Teubner e propõe uma crítica do conceito de constitucionalização para além do Estado. Ao final, o artigo argumenta que, embora a abordagem pluralista de Teubner ofereça uma descrição interessante sobre as relações entre poder e direito no nível transnacional, há limites funcionais à sua pretensão de que essas constituições sejam equivalentes e funcionais das constituições políticas.

Biografia do Autor

Pablo Holmes, Universidade de Brasília

Professor Adjunto IV do Instituto de Ciência Política da Universidade de Brasília, Professor da Pós-Graduação em Direito da Universidade de Brasília
Bacharel e Mestre em direito pela Faculdade de Direito do Recife - UFPE, doutor em Sociologia pela Universidade de Flensburg, Alemanha.

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2019-08-05

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