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General theory of international law

General theory of international law

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Wiessner, Siegfried, 1953-, editor.
Title Statement
General theory of international law / edited by Siefried Wiessner.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Leiden ;   Boston :   Brill/Nijhoff,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
xii, 534 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
American classics in international law,2468-8789
ISBN
9789004338456 (hardback : alk. paper)
Content Notes
Philosophical theory and international law -- Positivism, functionalism, and international law -- Law and power -- The quest for world order and human dignity in the twenty-first century : constitutive process and individual commitment -- Policy-oriented jurisprudence and human rights abuses in international conflict : toward a world public order of human dignity -- Transnational legal process -- International law : politics and values -- The law of peoples -- Fairness in international law and institutions -- A new philosophy for international law -- Sovereignty and human rights in contemporary international law -- A theory of customary international law -- A new stream of international law scholarship -- What is TWAIL? -- Are women human? And other international dialogues.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
International law.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Foreword to American Classics in International Law

W. Michael Reisman


Introduction

Siegfried Wiessner


1. The Task

2. Historical Context and Conditioning Factors

3. Traditional Theories about International Law - Natural Law and Legal Positivism

4. American Legal Realism

5. International Law as Naked Power

6. The New Haven School of Jurisprudence

7. International Legal Process and Transnational Legal Process

8. Liberal Theories of International Law

9. Human Rights and the Concept of Popular Sovereignty

10. Law & Economics, Public Choice and Game Theory

11. New Approaches to Empirical Scholarship in International Law

12. Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, LatCrit, and TWAIL

13. Critical Theories on Gender and Sexual Orientation

14. Summary and Conclusion

I. American Legal Realism
1. Philosophical Theory and International Law, 1 BIBLIOTHECA VISSERIANA DISSERTATIONUM IUS INTERNATIONALE ILLUSTRANTIUM 71-90 (1923)

Roscoe Pound
II. International Law as Naked Power
2. Positivism, Functionalism, and International Law, 34 AM. J. INT''L L. 260, 273-284 (1940)

Hans J. Morgenthau
III. The New Haven School of Jurisprudence
3. Law and Power, 46 AM. J. INT''L L. 102-114 (1952)

Myres S. McDougal


4. The Quest for World Order and Human Dignity in the Twenty-First Century: Constitutive Process and Individual Commitment, Collected Courses, The Hague Academy of International Law, Vol. 351 (2012) 101-164, 165-189

Michael Reisman


5. Policy-Oriented Jurisprudence and Human Rights Abuses in Internal Conflict: Toward a World Public Order of Human Dignity, 93 AM. J. INT''L L. 316-334 (1999)

Siegfried Wiessner & Andrew R. Willard


IV. International and Transnational Legal Process
6. Transnational Legal Process, 75 NEBRASKA L. REV. 181-207 (1996)

Harold Hongju Koh


V. Liberal Theories of International Law
7. International Law: Politics, Values and Functions, 1-8, 45-51, 97-108, 279-285, 295-296 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1995)

Louis Henkin


8. The Law of Peoples, 20 CRITICAL INQUIRY 36-68 (Autumn 1993)

John Rawls


9. Fairness in International Law and Institutions, 3-46 (1995)

Thomas M. Franck


10. Ronald Dworkin, A New Philosophy for International Law, 41 PHILOSOPHY & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 2-30 (2013)

Ronald Dworkin


VI. Human Rights and the Concept of Popular Sovereignty
11. Sovereignty and Human Rights in Contemporary International Law, 84 AM. J. INT''L L. 866-876 (1990)

W. Michael Reisman


VII. Law & Economics, Public Choice and Game Theory
12. A Theory of Customary International Law, 66 U. CHI. L. REV. 1113, 1120-1151, 1170-1177 (1999)

Jack L. Goldsmith & Eric A. Posner


VIII. Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, LatCrit, and TWAIL
13. David Kennedy, A New Stream of International Law Scholarship, 7 WISC. INT''L L.J. 1, 28-49 (1988)

David Kennedy


14. What Is TWAIL?, 94 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW PROCEEDINGS 31-38 (2000)

Makau Mutua


X. Critical Theories on Gender and Sexual Orientation
15. Are Women Human? And Other International Dialogues, 41-63 (2006)

Catharine A. MacKinnon

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