Constitution, culture and technique – can constituion be revolutionary?

The modern constitution incorporates a nationalist idea of the foreigner as a problem, and what should we do with them? Somewhat, constitutions are also designed to protect the state against foreigners. A crucial step for a homogenous and universal state is to rethink the meaning of membership and minorities—the currently constitutional design strengths the national identity element. The constitutions, one of the mightiest juridical-political projects of modernity, betrays the degree of our insecurity by excluding or limiting the participation of minorities/marginalized groups. In short, this presentation aims to debate the idea of a constitution that can establish; a non-power relation; and that will attribute to the minority the conditions to lead a society to a new time of communitarian relations a cosmopolitan state. Thus, the participation of the excluded is a messianic condition of radical democracy.