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By Ademola Abass

Complete overseas Law combines a variety of case extracts with incisive writer observation to obviously exhibit felony ideas and the importance of case law.

This leading edge textual content encourages an lively method of studying with key aspect summaries, pondering issues and self-test questions all through; which target to stimulate mirrored image in regards to the significance of foreign legislation in trendy international.

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The rather cynical attitude of most countries towards international law was aptly captured by a famous English adage ‘English Law is law, foreign law is fact, and international law is fiction’ (restated in A Contributor (1995) 54 CLJ 230. It analyses the basis, nature, and ramifications of international law, and considers how international law has become such a powerful tool for regulating interstate relations, and how its rules and principles are now applied across civilizations, religions, and cultures all over the world.

Comte used the term positivism to mean something ‘scientific’ and ‘objective’, as opposed to something deduced through some religious or speculative means. 175, these are: • imperativism; • normativism; and • legal realism. Imperativism captures the whole essence of positivism, in that it conveys the notion that the law is a command of a ‘sovereign’ endorsed by the habitual obedience of his or her subjects—a theory generally credited to Page 13 of 26 International law in the modern context English legal philosopher John Austin.

Comte used the term positivism to mean something ‘scientific’ and ‘objective’, as opposed to something deduced through some religious or speculative means. 175, these are: • imperativism; • normativism; and • legal realism. Imperativism captures the whole essence of positivism, in that it conveys the notion that the law is a command of a ‘sovereign’ endorsed by the habitual obedience of his or her subjects—a theory generally credited to Page 13 of 26 International law in the modern context English legal philosopher John Austin.

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