Rawls, International law, Theory of justice
Conflict of Laws | Courts | International Law | Law
The complexity of present-day international law stands in an uneasy relation to the scheme of justice propounded by Rawls. The problems facing international lawyers may pose a conceptual threat to some of the fundamental bases upon which Rawls builds his entire theoretical edifice.
D'Amato, Anthony, "International Law and Rawls' Theory of Justice" (2010). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 119.