Record:   Prev Next
Author Klabbers, Jan
Title Normative Pluralism and International Law : Exploring Global Governance
Imprint New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (370 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series ASIL Studies in International Legal Theory
ASIL Studies in International Legal Theory
Note Cover -- Normative Pluralism and International Law -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction to the Volume -- I. Introduction -- II. The Focus of This Volume -- III. The Setting of This Volume -- IV. The Contributions -- Part I Conceptual and Theoretical Overview -- 1 Normative Pluralism: An Exploration -- I. Introduction -- II. International Law and Its Surroundings -- III. Normative Pluralism -- IV. Global Governance -- V. Legitimacy -- VI. Concluding Remarks -- 2 Exploring the Methodology of Normative Pluralism in the Global Age -- I. Introduction -- II. Abstraction as a Method to Transcend Global Complexity to Normative Ordering -- III. Embeddedness of Normative Pluralism in the Plurality of Pluralisms -- IV. The Plurality of Legitimating Authorities -- V. The Idea of Law as an Open System -- VI. Adoption of Critical Methodology -- VII. Conclusions: There Are Always Two Stories to Tell about Globalization - and a Third in the Making -- Part II Normative Pluralism in Law -- 3 Peaceful Coexistence: Normative Pluralism in International Law -- I. Introduction -- II. Conceptual Issues -- III. Treaty Conflicts (and How to Solve or Dissolve Them) -- A. The Law (Such as It Is) -- B. Diversion Techniques -- C. Claiming or Granting Priority -- IV. Treaties and Customary International Law -- A. What Conflicts? -- B. (Dis)solving Conflicts -- V. Treaties versus Informal Instruments -- VI. Concluding Remarks -- 4 Inside or Out: Two Types of International Legal Pluralism -- I. Introduction -- II. Dynamics of Pluralism -- A. Conventional Pluralism -- B. Modern Pluralism -- III. Internal Pluralism -- A. The Premise of Formal Supremacy -- B. Accommodating Pluralism -- C. Unresolved Challenges -- IV. External Pluralism -- A. The Resistance against Supremacy of International Law
B. Accommodation of International Rules -- C. Unresolved Challenges -- V. Confronting the In- and the Outside -- VI. Conclusion -- Part III Normative Pluralism and International Law -- 5 Law and Honor: Normative Pluralism in the Regulation of Military Conduct -- I. Introduction -- II. Honor and Law -- III. Honor and Military Disciplinary Law -- A. Prejudicial and Discrediting Conduct -- B. Conduct Unbecoming an Officer and a Gentleman -- IV. Honor and the Law of Armed Conflict -- A. The Principle of Chivalry -- B. Treachery and Perfidy -- V. By Way of Conclusion -- 6 Law versus Codes of Conduct: Between Convergence and Conflict -- I. Introduction -- II. Transnational Corporations, Normative Pluralism, and Governance Gaps -- III. Codes of Conduct - Corporate Tools for Self-Regulation -- IV. Convergence Rather than Conflict between Legal Standards and Codes of Conduct -- V. The Problem of Enforcement as the Dividing Line between Law and Codes of Conduct -- A. Self-Regulatory Codes of Conduct as Nonlaw -- B. Codes of Conduct as Soft Law -- C. Self-regulation as Law -- Codes of Conduct in Litigation -- Codes of Conduct Included in Contractual Agreements -- VI. Concluding Observations -- 7 Lex Mercatoria in International Arbitration -- I. Introduction -- II. The New Lex Mercatoria - Starting Points -- III. Private International Law, Public International Law, and Lex Mercatoria - Preliminary Observations -- IV. Lex Mercatoria in Choice of Law -- A. Lex Mercatoria as the Applicable Law -- B. The Growing Role of Codifications -- C. Supplementing Lex Mercatoria -- D. Lex Mercatoria as a Supplement of the Applicable Law -- e. Evaluation -- V. The Impact of Mandatory Rules -- A. Overriding Mandatory Rules -- B. Public Policy -- C. The Effect of Mandatory EU Law -- D. Evaluation -- VI. Conclusions
8 Law versus Tradition: Human Rights and Witchcraft in Sub-Saharan Africa -- I. Introduction -- II. Witchcraft Norms -- III. Witchcraft and Holistic Ontology -- IV. Legislating Witchcraft -- V. Modernity of Witchcraft? -- VI. Witches Have Human Rights Too! -- VII. Conclusions: Law and Understanding -- 9 Law versus Bureaucratic Culture: The Case of the ICC and the Transcendence of Instrumental Rationality -- I. Introduction -- II. Promoting the Rule of Law: A Positive Story of the Nexus between Bureaucratic and Legal Norms -- III. Pathologies of Bureaucratic Culture: Instrumental Rationality and Functional Differentiation -- IV. The Rome Statute System as an Autopoietic System -- V. Can Instrumental Rationality Be Tamed? The Prospects of Bureaucratic Metanorms -- VI. Bureaucratic Metanorms as Collision Norms and Tools of Reflexive Jurisprudence -- VII. Normative Preconditions for the Domestication of RtoP in the ICC's Procedures -- VIII. Conclusions -- 10 Law versus Religion: State Law and Religious Norms -- I. Introduction -- II. Muslim Marriages in Denmark in the Official and Unofficial Spheres -- III. Models of Relationship between State Laws and Muslim Laws of Marriages and Divorces in Europe: Examples from Denmark -- A. Assimilation -- Danish Civil Marriage Only -- Danish Civil Divorce Only -- B. Continuing Conflict -- Muslim Nikah Marriage Only -- Muslim Talaq Only -- C. Agglomeration -- Danish Civil Marriage and Muslim Nikah Marriage -- D. Danish Civil Divorce and Muslim Talaq -- E. Noninstitutionalization -- Nonmarried Cohabiting Families or Living Together without Marriage: Neither Danish Civil Marriage nor Muslim Nikah Marriage -- F. Integration -- IV. Process of Change -- V. Recommendations -- 11 Global Capital Markets and Financial Reporting: International Regulation but National Application? -- I. Introduction -- II. Historical Background
III. Accounting Laws versus Accounting Standards -- IV. Global Financial Reporting Infrastructure -- a. International Accounting Standards -- b. Audit Committees and International Auditing Standards -- c. Regulatory Oversight -- V. IFRS - International "Legislation" but National Application? -- A. Culture -- B. Culture and Accounting -- VI. Unacceptable Application of IFRS - Who Decides? -- VII. Conclusion -- 12 Responsibility to Rebuild and Collective Responsibility: Legal and Moral Considerations -- I. Introduction -- II. Historical and Philosophical Roots of the Responsibility to Protect -- III. The Distributive and Nondistributive Collective Responsibility of States -- IV. Responsibility to Build or Rebuild Capacity -- V. Conflicting Norms of Sovereignty and Protection of Rights -- VI. Four Problems -- Conclusions -- I. Findings -- II. Future Directions -- Index
This book addresses conflicts involving how law relates to normative orders
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Klabbers, Jan Normative Pluralism and International Law : Exploring Global Governance New York : Cambridge University Press,c2013 9781107036222
Subject International law -- Moral and ethical aspects.;Legal polycentricity.;Normativity (Ethics);International law -- Philosophy
Electronic books
Alt Author Piiparinen, Touko
Record:   Prev Next