Substantial Position of Constitution as Human Nature to the Existence of State in Modern Civilization

Syafruddin Muhtamar, Muhammad Ashri, M. Arfin Hamid, Zulkifli Aspan


The existence of constitution is closely related to political life and institutions of state power. It is the nature of human life. A tendency to put the foundation of political life and law above the highest righteousness as the “Basic Law”, a reflection of human nature; wants to rely on the highest righteousness in norms, both religious (medieval constitutionalism phenomenon) and legal (modern century constitutionalism phenomenon). Constitution as a state philosophy reflects virtue as the foundation of state philosophy.

Keywords: Constitution, Nature, Basic Law, State Philosophy

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/82-12

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