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Erich Vranes, Trade and the Environment: Fundamental Issues in International Law, WTO Law, and Legal Theory, International Economic Law Series (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

Custom in Islamic Law and Legal Theory: The Development of the Concepts of ʿUrf and ʿĀdah in the Islamic Legal TraditionBy Ayman Shabana

Nothing is as it seems. The exercise of access rights in Italy and Belgium: dispelling fallacies in the legal reasoning from the ‘law in theory’ to the ‘law in practice’

Mark van Hoecke (ed.), Epistemology and Methodology of Comparative Law, European Academy of Legal Theory Monograph Series, Hart Publishing, Oxford / Portland (Oregon), 2004, ISBN 1-84113-443-0, pp. X + 398.

Jean d’Aspremont. Formalism and the Sources of International Law. A Theory of the Ascertainment of Legal Rules. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Pp. 266. £60. ISBN:9780199696314 Jörg Kammerhofer. Uncertainty in International Law. A Kelsenian Perspective. Oxon & New York: Routledge, 2011. Pp. 288. £85. ISBN:9780415577847.

 

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Legal philosophy as such was not the main subject of any ancient work with the possible exception of Cicero's De legibus. Thus in order to discover what the Greeks and ...

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