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Epistemic forces in international law : foundational doctrines and techniques of international legal argumentation / Jean d'Aspremont.

By: Aspremont, Jean d'.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: KZ3410 .A87 2016Series: International law (Edward Elgar): Publication: Cheltenham, U.K. : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016Edition: Paperback ed.Description: ix, 263 p.Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 2015.ISBN: 1781955298; 9781781955291.Subject(s): International law -- Philosophy
Contents:
Prologue : consistency and conceptual variations -- Introduction : the socialization of international lawyers -- Part I. The foundational doctrines -- 1. Subjects -- 2. Sources -- 3. Law-making -- 4. Institutions -- 5. Effectivity -- Part II. The argumentative techniques -- 6. Methodology -- 7. Interpretation -- 8. Academic writing -- 9. Dissemination -- 10. Expert blogging.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2015.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Prologue : consistency and conceptual variations -- Introduction : the socialization of international lawyers -- Part I. The foundational doctrines -- 1. Subjects -- 2. Sources -- 3. Law-making -- 4. Institutions -- 5. Effectivity -- Part II. The argumentative techniques -- 6. Methodology -- 7. Interpretation -- 8. Academic writing -- 9. Dissemination -- 10. Expert blogging.

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