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Introduction: The Limited Relevance of Monism and Pluralism


Jörg Kammerhofer


University of Freiburg - Faculty of Law

June 20, 2013

Marko Novaković (ed.), Basic Concepts of Public International Law: Monism and Dualism (Belgrade: Faculty of Law University of Belgrade 2013) 17-19

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This is a foreword to a major book on the issue of monism and pluralism in the relationship between international and municipal law. The foreword argues that these concepts are important as a scholarly structural analysis of the relationship of normative orders. It does, however, make the case (1) that to see Kelsen as radical monist is too rigid a reading and (2) that the structural analysis of law as one or several legal orders is of little import where it counts: for domestic transformation of international law and in its internal workings.

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Keywords: Hans Kelsen, Monism, Pluralism, Dualism, Pure Theory of Law, International Law

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Date posted: June 22, 2013  

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Kammerhofer, Jörg, Introduction: The Limited Relevance of Monism and Pluralism (June 20, 2013). Marko Novaković (ed.), Basic Concepts of Public International Law: Monism and Dualism (Belgrade: Faculty of Law University of Belgrade 2013) 17-19. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2282535

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Jörg Kammerhofer (Contact Author)
University of Freiburg (Germany) - Faculty of Law ( email )
D-79098 Freiburg
Germany
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