The idea of an end to constitutional History does not make any sense, unless it is conceptualized in view of a particular meaning of its object: Constitutional History and Constitutional Temporality. Its purpose is also to put an emphasis on the specific temporality of the constitutional object along with its historicityrather than conceiving it merely as a succession of events locked between constitutionjel beginning and a cessation. Hauriou und die Verfassungsgeschichtsschreibung. Pour citer cet article: Vedel graduated from the department of law and literature of the Academy of Toulouse in and taught at the law departments of the Academy of Poitiers in and of the Academy of Toulouse from to Diese Verschiebung von einem diachronischen Denken zu einem Versuch, die Dauer als Solche constituhionnel erfassen, beruht auf einer besonderen Methode der Verfassungsgeschichtsschreibung, die die Elemente des politischen Rechts nicht statisch sondern dynamisch zeigt.
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The rules of constitutional law explain why the administrative right is overriding the ordinary law, as well as the reason why the administration benefits from its own specific jurisdiction. If Vedel — and all those who have studied the theory he left — have perfectly examined this phenomenon in contemporary law, the constitutional law actually started to influence administrative law way before Indeed, these two subjects have always been closely related and the doctrine included a reflexion about the organisation of powers and the notion of State, to base its definition of administrative law.
The historical study enlightens the close relation that exists between a constitution and the administrative law. It replaces the theory back to the temporal context in which it tooks place, then showing how crucial it has been all along the 19th century.
Then, it is the very nature of administrative law that is clarified. The doctrine is particularly examined to be able to understand the relationship between administrative and constitutional law, as well as the constitutional texts and the parlementary debates. Therefore, it appears that the constitutional bases enabled the construction of the administrative law in 19th century, in stating the specificity of this emerging law, while ensuring its development in a way that favours the political institution.
However, from , the argument loses its importance in favour of new conceptions of the notion of State and administrative law. This trend will only progress in the first half of the 20th century.
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