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Genèse et structure de la société internationale (Volume 96)

(29,874 words)

Author(s): Truyol Y Serra, Antonio
Truyol Y Serra, Antonio Keywords: Sociology | Public international law | International relations | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international public | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Antonio Truyol y Serra explains that the study he undertakes in this course confines on the borders of the sociology of international law and the theory of international relations. He begins his research with a presentation of the concept of international society. He then discusses the genesis and evolution of global international soc…

Les theories de la sociologie contemporaine et le droit international (Volume 92)

(35,219 words)

Author(s): B. Landheer, M.
B. Landheer, M. Keywords: Sociology | Public international law | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international public | ABSTRACT After some remarks on the fundamental concepts of sociology, B. Landheer examines the evolution of sociological thinking on international society and international law. The author next examines the relations between formal and non-formal structures in international society. The author discusses the impact of social change on international society. Finally, the author discusses the likely …

Problems Confronting Sociological Enquiries concerning International Law (Volume 89)

(43,711 words)

Author(s): Stone, D.C.L., S.J.D., Julius
Stone, D.C.L., S.J.D., Julius Keywords: Sociology | Public international law | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Julius Stone studies in this course the relationship between international law and social, political, and economic facts that are relevant to the understanding of its origins, sustainability, changes, and judgments that mark its development. After an introduction to the problem of sociology of international law, the author examines the prerequisites for sociological studies, …

Contemporary Sociological Theories And International Law (Volume 91)

(34,212 words)

Author(s): Landheer, B.
Landheer, B. Keywords: Sociology | International law | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international | ABSTRACT After a few remarks on the fundamental concepts of sociology, B. Landheer studies the evolution of sociological thinking related to international society and international law. He then focuses on the relations between formal and non-formal structure in international society. He discusses the impact of social change on international society. Finally, the author discusses the likely evolution of group fo…

Les caracteres sociologiques de la communauté humaine (Volume 67)

(35,124 words)

Author(s): Théodore Ruyssen, M.
Théodore Ruyssen, M. Keywords: Sociology | International law | States | International economic relations | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international | Etats | Relations internationales économiques | ABSTRACT Theodore Ruyssen, in this course, intends to seek to what extent and under which formation of the human community constitutes a league in the strictest sense of the term. After a presentation of the sociological issue and the novelty of the idea of human community, the author focuses on the economic community, spiritual community, and finally the political community. Théodor…

Social Basis of a Law of Nations (Volume 85)

(23,245 words)

Author(s): E. Corbett, P.
E. Corbett, P. Keywords: Sociology | Public international law | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international public | ABSTRACT P. E. Corbett emphasizes in the introduction to his course on the Social Basis of a Law of Nations, we are struck by the extreme rarity of consideration of fixed and precise ones when we examine in detail the mass of materials classified on behalf of international law. The author argues that this lack of precision is certainly inherent in the particular nature of the subject to which inter…

Contribution a l’étude des facteurs sociologiques et psychologiques du droit international (Volume 46)

(31,079 words)

Keywords: Sociology | International law | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international | ABSTRACT Dietrich Schindler explains in the introduction to his course that legal experience indicates that the international law, as it exists, and the improvement of the arbitral procedure are powerless to create on their own an atmosphere of peace, which would be the condition of a real peace. The author says it is necessary to ask the question what is the role of the law of the people in international relations and ho…