- Minority groups — Religious rights — Economic, social, and cultural rights
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General Editors: Rainer Grote, Frauke Lachenmann, Rüdiger Wolfrum.
1. There are two core ways of thinking about culture in the realm of comparative constitutionalism. The first, inward-looking, way is how culture impacts on constitutionalism, and the connected debates about constitutional culture. The second, outward-looking, way focuses on how culture is shaped by constitutional text. 2. In relation to the first way, when thinking of culture in comparative constitutional law one can think of culture as shaping a specific legal tradition which informs and shapes constitutional law (Post 4). Culture, in this sense, becomes the raw...