Brill Research Perspectives in Canons of International Legal Thought
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ISSN (printed): 2452-204X. ISSN (electronic): 2452-2058.
Canons of International Legal Thought is the first concerted attempt to problematize the intellectual legal projects that have shaped the discipline of international law. Presented as a series of short, high-quality monographs, the journal encourages cutting-edge transdisciplinary scholarship from leading scholars and promising young minds. In an undertaking that bridges international legal theory, the discipline’s culture, and international legal history, Canons of International Legal Thought explores how and why specific intellectual legal projects emerged. The journal critically examines those intellectual projects that have shaped and continue to shape our received ideas of international law and allow us to reclaim the discipline’s history whilst, most importantly, encouraging international lawyers to reimagine and rethink its possibilities. Four issues of the journal are published each year, with each issue consisting of a single short, in-depth monograph exploring a specific project. Although the journal is intended primarily for researchers, lecturers, practitioners, and graduate students, its wide-ranging and critical engagement with international law promises to make it a highly interesting read for a broader audience as well.
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