The Aesthetics Of International Law

Author: Edward M. Morgan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
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'This is an appealing study both for the clarity of its presentation and the cleverness of its arguments.

International Law Theories

Author: Andrea Bianchi
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Storytelling and Narratives 291 In The Aesthetics of International Law, Ed Morgan
uses analogies to literary figures to illustrate doctrines, areas, and concepts in
international law.23 Morgan creates a 'hall of mirrors effect', with each literary
figure reflecting on a set of international law themes.24 By concentrating on the '
modes of self-expression of international law rather than with its particular politics
, economics, or morals',25 the book advocates the emergence of international
legal ...

International Law And The Quest For Its Implementation

Author: Laurence Boisson De Chazournes
Publisher: BRILL
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This Liber Amicorum in honour of Professor Vera Gowlland-Debbas covers most of the topical problems of contemporary international law, in particular those related to the United Nations, human rights and humanitarian law, law-making, ...

Finnish Yearbook Of International Law

Author: Tuomas Tiittala
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
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Her turn to aesthetics does not follow from the Third World Approaches to
International Law case-study in the conclusion, given that post-colonialists,
feminists and other critics have shown (and Martineau discussed in the public
defence) that aesthetics is fertile ground for structural bias. Moreover, whereas
Martineau proposes the critical attitude to international law as an aesthetic
experience (p 435), the imagery, narrative and aesthetics of 'fragmentation' do
not feature in her analysis ...

Epistemic Forces In International Law

Author: Jean d'Aspremont
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 178195528X
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AESTHETICS. OF. SCHOLARLY. ARGUMENTS. It seems hard to deny that
nowadays the aesthetics of scholarly construction are often as important as the
substantive argument that is pursued therewith. That is because international
legal scholars think that the aesthetics contribute to the persuasiveness of their
argument. As was mentioned in the introduction, this is a consideration the
structure of this book is not alien to.8 Besides providing a buttress of the authority
of an argument, ...

The Yale Journal Of International Law

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The Aesthetics of International Law. By Ed Morgan. Toronto: University of Toronto
Press, 2007. Pp. 272. Price: $55.00 (Hardcover). Reviewed by Jennie Han. The
Aesthetics of International Law opens with the radical claim that international
legal commentary is fundamentally a "fantasized work of art" (p. 5). Ed Morgan, a
law professor at the University of Toronto, argues that understanding this art
requires that one examine the "form or language of legal doctrine" rather than its

Visualizing Law And Authority

Author: Leif Dahlberg
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110285444
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The volume "Visualizing Law and Authority. Essays on Legal Aesthetics" brings together revised papers from the international conference "Law and the Image", held in Stockholm, 24–25 September, 2010.

The Maritime Labour Convention 2006

Author: Moira McConnell
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See Ed Morgan, The Aesthetics of International Law (Toronto: University of
Toronto Press, ), pp. – , with respect to a tendency in public international law, in
LOSC-related doctrinal pronouncements, in particular, to lay claim to represent
the progressive development of the law and much more besides. He argues that:
By so situating the text historically between an instant of closure and a wide open
process, the reader becomes aware of the momentum generated by ...

Public International Law

Author: John H. Currie
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J. Int'l L. 191 Morgan, E., The Aesthetics of International Law (Toronto: University
of Toronto Press, 2007) Schachter, O., "United Nations Law" (1994) 88 A.J.I.L. 1
Shaw, M.N., International Law, 5th ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
2003) c. 2-3 Tomuschat, C, "Obligations Arising for States Without or Against
Their Will" (1993) 241 Rec. des Cours 195 Tomuschat, C, & Thouvenin, J.M., The
Fundamental Rules of the International Legal Order: Jus Cogens and Obligations

International Environmental Law Policy And Ethics

Author: Alexander Gillespie
Publisher: OUP Oxford
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abortion 42, 63, 65, 108 ACCOBAMS 118, 125, 135 aesthetic beauty 70–1
aesthetic value 69–76, 78, 80, 147 nature 70, 73 aesthetics 2, 56, 68–81, 145–7
aesthetic value, see aesthetic value conservation 68–70, 76–7, 79, 146–7
international environmental law 2 nature 68–70, 73, 75–6, 79–80 objectivity 76,
80 problems 76–80 recognition in law and policy 72–6 subjectivity 76 UNESCO
76 Africa 11, 51, 73, 76, 93, 120–1 agreements, see Table of Instruments
agricultural ...