The Dignity Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of South Africa: Cases and Materials

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THE DIGNITY JURISPRUDENCE
OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL
COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
CASES AND MATERIALS
Volumes I and II

Edited by Drucilla Cornell, Stu Woolman, Sam Fuller,
Jason Brickhill, Michael Bishop, and Diana Dunbar

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW YORK 2013

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • The Dignity Jurisprudence of South Africa 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Equality and Nondiscrimination- Some Analytical Thoughts 21
  • The Legal Nature of the South African Constitutional Revolution 33
  • Dignity Jurisprudence- Building a New Law on Earth 65
  • The Architecture of Dignity 73
  • Notes 125
  • Legal Cases (1995–2008) 171
  • Makwanyane 173
  • Williams 229
  • Ferreira 240
  • Bernstein 274
  • Soobramoney 291
  • Walker 299
  • National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality [1999] 328
  • August 353
  • National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality [2000] 360
  • Dawood 378
  • Christian Education South Africa 390
  • Hoffmann 406
  • Grootboom 415
  • Moseneke 431
  • Dodo 439
  • Mamabolo 451
  • Mohamed 467
  • Booysen 480
  • Carmichele 483
  • Investigating Directorate of Serious Economic Offences 502
  • Prince 515
  • Islamic Unity Convention 537
  • Khumalo 548
  • Du Toit 559
  • Jordan 565
  • Khosa 592
  • Daniels 604
  • Kaunda 624
  • Jaftha and Van Rooyen 653
  • De Reuck 666
  • Bhe 678
  • Volks No 710
  • K 747
  • Minister of Home Affairs and Lesbian and Gay Equality Project 758
  • Van der Merwe 795
  • Dikoko 807
  • South African Broadcasting Corp 828
  • Barkhuizen 851
  • Mec for Education 886
  • Occupiers 920
  • NM 930
  • Masiya 966
  • Index of Cases 985
  • Index 991
  • Just Ideas 997
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