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The public international law theory of Hans Kelsen : believing in universal law / Jochen von Bernstorff, Thomas Dunlap.

By: Bernstorff, Jochen von.
Contributor(s): Dunlap, Thomas, 1959-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cambridge studies in international and comparative law.Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2010Description: xiv, 324 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521516181.Uniform titles: Der Glaube an das universale Recht. English Subject(s): Kelsen, Hans, 1881-1973 | International law -- HistoryDDC classification: 341 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
Contents:
Method and construction of international law in nineteenth century German scholarship -- Kelsenian formalism as critical methodology in international law -- An "objective" architecture of international law : Kelsen, Kunz, and Verdross -- The new actors of universal law -- Legal sources as universal instruments of law-creation -- The international judiciary as the functional center of universal law -- The role of the international legal scholar after Kelsen : a concluding reflection.
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Reference 341 BER.P (Browse shelf) Available SLSN-B-2512

"Translated by Thomas Dunlap" --T.p. verso.

Originally published as Der Glaube an das universale Recht : zur Volkerrechtstheorie Hans Kelsens und seiner Schuler. Nomos : Baden- Baden, 2001.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 286-315) and index.

Method and construction of international law in nineteenth century German scholarship -- Kelsenian formalism as critical methodology in international law -- An "objective" architecture of international law : Kelsen, Kunz, and Verdross -- The new actors of universal law -- Legal sources as universal instruments of law-creation -- The international judiciary as the functional center of universal law -- The role of the international legal scholar after Kelsen : a concluding reflection.

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