Institute of Political Science

Downloadable texts (chronologically)

An even more comprehensive selection of Jörg Tremmel's texts can be found on his webspace at researchgate.net. Further references can be found on Google Scholar.

  1. Tremmel, Jörg (2019): Whose constitution? Constitutional self-determination and generational change. In: Ratio Juris, Vol. 32 (1). Pp. 49-75.
  2. Vanhuysse, Pieter / Tremmel, Jörg (2018): Measuring intergenerationaljustice for public policy. In: Poama, Andrei / Lever, Annabelle (eds.): Routledge Handbook in Ethics and Public Policy. London: Routledge, pp. 472-486.
  3. Tremmel, Jörg (2018): The Anthropocene concept as a wake-up call for reforming democracy. In: Hickmann, Thomas / Partzsch, Lena / Pattberg, Philipp / Weiland, Sabine (eds.): The Anthropocene Debate and Political Science. Routledge Environmental Research Series. London: Routledge. Pp. 219-237.
  4. Tremmel, Jörg (2018): Zukunftsräte zur Vertretung der Interessen kommender Generationen. Ein praxisorientierter Vorschlag für Deutschland. In: Mannewitz, Tom (ed.): Die Demokratie und ihre Defekte. Heidelberg: Springer VS. Pp. 107-142.
  5. Tremmel, Jörg / Wilhelm, James (2015): Democracy or Epistocracy? Age as a Criterion of Voter Eligibility. In: Tremmel, Jörg / Mason, Antony / Dimitrijoski, Igor / Godli, Petter (Eds.): Youth Quotas in Ageing Societies. Dordrecht, NL: Springer. Pp. 125-147.
  6. Tremmel, Jörg (2015): Parliaments and future generations – the Four-Powers-Model. In: Birnbacher, Dieter / Thorseth, May (Hg.): The Politics of Sustainability. Philosophical Perspectives. London: Routledge/Earthscan. S. 212-233. - full text
  7. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2014): An extended separation of powers model as the theoretical basis for the representation of future generations – history of political thought groundwork. - full text
  8. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2014): The Non-Identity Problem: An Irrefutable Argument against Representation of Future Generations? In: Enders, Judith / Remig, Moritz (ed.): Theories of Sustainable Development: London: Routledge. Pp. 126-144. - full text
  9. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2013): Climate Change and Political Philosophy: Who Owes What to Whom? In: Environmental Values, Vol. 22, Issue 6 (December). Pp. 725-749. doi: 10.3197/096327113X13781997646539. Environmental Values has an impact factor (2012) of 1.470. - full text
  10. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2013): The Convention of Representatives of all Generations under the ‘Veil of Ignorance’. In: Constellations. An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory (Wiley-Blackwell). Vol. 20, Issue 3 (September). Pp. 483-502. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cons.2013.20.issue-3/issuetoc. - full text
  11. Tremmel, Joerg C. / Wegner, Patrick (2010): German Bundestag Survey on Intergenerational Justice in the Labour Market. In: Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.): A Young Generation Under Pressure? Financial situation and ‘rush hour of life’ of the cohorts 1970-1985 in a generational comparison? Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. Pp. 77-108. - full text
  12. Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.) (2010): A Young Generation Under Pressure? Financial situation and ‘rush hour of life’ of the cohorts 1970-1985 in a generational comparison. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. - full text
  13. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2008): An ethical assessment of the legitimacy of anti-natalistic birth policies. In: Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.): Demographic Change and Intergenerational Justice. The Implementation of Long-term Thinking in Political Decision-Making. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, pp. 137-159. - full text
  14. Tremmel, Joerg Chet (Ed.) (2006): Handbook of Intergenerational Justice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. - full text