And expansion through instances of collective or union Last Database participation, such as the Economic and Social Councils, that in some cases achieved a constitutional status. Such was the commotion caused by this trend towards the democratic Last Database self-organization of society that intellectuals such as the jurist León Duguit in France or the political scientist Harold Laski in Great Britain considered the principle of state sovereignty to be outdated. If in this pluralist framework the State was only one among other associations, then it was not possible to think of this new reality from the Last Database prism of a principle that was presumed indivisible. Given this, Duguit set out to rethink the function of the State from the idea of «public service» and Laski tried out a pluralist theory of the State, taking up Proudhon's social federalism.
In this same perspective, the sociological anticipation of the Last Database social State as a State of society is situated, sensitive in the works of Émile Durkheim and Marcel Mauss, Social and democratic state of law: the definition of a political project This trend towards Last Database social democracy led the political thought of the time to project new constitutional devices that would ensure a government body capable of coordinating this social pluralism. This is the Last Database problem that brings us to our last stop.
It was the democratic socialist Herman Heller who succeeded in Last Database giving rise to the formulation "social state of law" in the history of concepts. It was a formulation that, in the second half of the 20th century, profoundly permeated our Last Database understanding of democracy and its institutional design. In the invention of this concept we come across the same dialectical gesture in relation to liberalism. The social rule of law was, at the same time, a critique of the liberal and bourgeois rule of Last Database law and an overcoming