International Law in Japanese Perspective. Bibliographic Information. A Social Theory of International Law. Book Subtitle. International Relations as a Complex System.
International Law in Japanese Perspective. Authors: Kawaguchi, Kazuko Hirose. All social phenomena can ultimately be reduced to the question of how these two human characteristics are reconciled and allowed to coexist on the same plane. Show all. Table of contents (7 chapters). Kazuko Hirose Kawaguchi. International Law in Japanese Perspective.
Kazuko Hirose Kawaguchi . Springer Science & Business Media, 11 нояб. The ability to shape one's own destiny-to make decisions on the basis of one's own ideals and goals-is a uniquely human characteristic. A Social Theory of International Law: International Relations as a Complex System International Law in Japanese Perspective (Том 10).
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A Social Theory of International Law : International Relations As a Complex System. There has long been an advocacy for the sociology of international law, and yet it has never been constructed so systematically and axiomatically as in this book. Based on vital terms such as 'action' and 'system, ' this book has conducted an investigation into the 'auspices' or the fundamental international sociological conditions over which international law is built, and accordingly, into how international law can control global relations.
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Author: Kazuko Hirose Kawaguchi
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Brill - Nijhoff (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 338 pages
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