Legal Authority beyond the State - 
      Patrick Capps
    
      Henrik Palmer Olsen

Legal Authority beyond the State

Patrick Capps (Redaktør) ; Henrik Palmer Olsen (Redaktør)

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These specially commissioned essays by prominent lawyers and philosophers analyse a range of approaches to legal authority beyond the state.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 300
ISBN: 9781107190269
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Introduction Patrick Capps and Henrik Palmer Olsen; 1. The evolution of authority Alan Brudner; 2. The evolution of global authority Patrick Capps; 3. International courts and the building of legal authority beyond the state Henrik Palmer Olsen; 4. Semantic authority, legal change and the dynamics of international law Ingo Venzke; 5. Practical reason and authority beyond the state John Martin Gillroy; 6. Varieties of authority in international law - state-consent, international organisations, courts, experts and citizens Inger-Johanne Sand; 7. The legitimate authority of international courts and its limits - a challenge to Raz's service conception? Andreas Follesdal; 8. Consent, obligation, and the legitimate authority of international law Richard Collins; 9. The International Criminal Court: The New Leviathan? Margaret Martin.
Patrick Capps is a Professor of International Law at the University of Bristol. He teaches in the areas of Public International Law and the Philosophy of Law. He has held visiting positions at the University of Melbourne, the University of Cambridge and the University of Copenhagen. Henrik Palmer Olsen is a Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Copenhagen. He is a leading expert in legal theory and has published foundational research within the areas of jurisprudence, the separation of powers and the relationship between institutional design and notions of justice, with a recent focus on international courts.