10 German L.J. I (2009)

handle is hein.journals/germlajo2009 and id is 1 raw text is: G ERAN LAW JOURNAL
Review of Developmeits in
German, European and International Jurisprudence
Editors-in-Chief: Russell A. Miller; Peer C. Zumbansen
Editors: Gregor Bachmann; Nina Boeger; Gralf-Peter Calliess; Matthias Casper;
Morag Goodwin; Felix Hanschmann; Hans Michael Heinig; Florian Hoffmann;
Karen Kaiser; Alexandra Kemmerer; Malcolm MacLaren; Stefan Magen;
Railf Michaels; Betsy Baker; Christoph Safferling;
Frank Schorkopf; Craig Smith; Cornelia Vismann
www.germanlawiournal .corm
 Copyright 2000 - 2009 by German Law Journal GbR. All rights reserved.
Vol. 10 No. 01                 Pages 1 - 114               01 January 2009
Special Issue:
The Kantian Project of International law
Achilles Skordas & Peer Zumbansen
Introduction -The Kantian Project of International
Law: Engagements with JUrgen Habermas' The
Divided West                                                1-4
Armin von Bogdandy & Sergio Dellavalle
Universalism   Renewed: Habermas' Theory         of
International   Order   in  Light   of  Competing
Paradigms                                                  5-30

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