VOLUME 4

Universalism in International Law and Political Philosophy

Edited by Petter Korkman & Virpi Mäkinen (2008)

Contents

Title page, Contents & Acknowledgments (pdf)

I How Miserable Are We? On Natural Law and Interest

Man and Citizen: On Sociability and State in Early Modern Natural Law
Petter Korkman
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Colonialism and Universalism in Classical and Current International Culture
Emanuelle Jouannet
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Universal Society, Commerce and the Rights of Neutral Trade: Martin Hübner, Emer de Vattel and Ferdinando Galiani
Koen Stapelbroek
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National Interest and the Universal Good in Hegelian Political Philosophy in Finland
Juha Sihvola
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II Laws of Nature

The Evolution of Natural Rights Tradition, 1100-1400
Virpi Mäkinen
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Living Together: The Roots of Respect
Martha C. Nussbaum
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The Challenge Method: Natural law, Natural Philosophy, and Universalism in the 17th and 18th Centuries
Kelly Grotke
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III Towards and Beyond the modern Universalist Dream

Capitalism and Religion as driving Forces of Globalization: Universalism New and Old
Hauke Brunkhorst
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International Judicial Human Rights Review: Effective, Legitime or Both?
Andreas Follesdal
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Rethinking Global Democracy/World parlament: Towards Determining What International Cosmopolitical Law Is
Heikki Patomäki
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How To Think Universalism from Colonial and Post Colonial Locations: Some Indian Efforts
Tanika Sarkar
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One, Two, Three, Many International Legal Orders: Legal Pluralism and the Cosmopolitan Dream
David Kennedy
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