Monday, April 17, 2017

Kadelbach, Kleinlein, & Roth-Isigkeit: System, Order, and International Law: The Early History of International Legal Thought from Machiavelli to Hegel

Stefan Kadelbach (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main - Law), Thomas Kleinlein (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main - Law), & David Roth-Isigkeit (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main - Law) have published System, Order, and International Law: The Early History of International Legal Thought from Machiavelli to Hegel (Oxford Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Stefan Kadelbach, Thomas Kleinlein & David Roth-Isigkeit, Introduction
  • David Roth-Isigkeit, Niccolò Machiavelli's International Legal Thought: Culture, Contingency, and Construction
  • Kirstin Bunge, Francisco de Vitoria: A Redesign of Global Order on the Threshold of the Middle Ages to Modern Times
  • Tobias Schaffner, Francisco Suárez S. J. on the End of Peaceful Order among States and Systematic Doctrinal Scholarship
  • Merio Scattola, Jean Bodin on International Law
  • Andreas Wagner, Alberico Gentili: Sovereignty, Natural Law, and the System of Roman Civil Law
  • Thomas Hüglin, Althusius: Back to the Future
  • Stefan Kadelbach, Hugo Grotius on the Conquest of Utopia by Systematic Reasoning
  • Jonas Heller, Orders in disorder: The Question of a Sovereign State of Nature in Hobbes and Rousseau
  • Tilman Altwicker, The International Legal Argument in Spinoza
  • Vanda Fiorillo, States as Ethico-Political Subjects of International Law: The Relationship between Theory and Practice in the International Politics of Samuel Pufendorf
  • Thomas Kleinlein, Christian Wolff: System as an Episode?
  • Christian Volk, The Law of the Nations as the Civil Law of the World: On Montesquieu's Political Cosmopolitanism
  • Simone Zurbuchen, Emer de Vattel on the Society of Nations and the Political System of Europe
  • Bastian Ronge, Towards a System of Sympathetic Law: Envisioning Adam Smith's Theory of Jurisprudence
  • Benedict Vischer, Systematicity to Excess Kant's Conception of the International Legal Order
  • Carla De Pascale, Fichte and the Echo of his Internationalist Thinking in Romanticism
  • Sergio Dellavalle, The Plurality of States and the World Order of Reason: On Hegel's Understanding of International Law and Relations
  • Martti Koskenniemi, What should the History of the Law of Nations Become?
  • Nehal Bhuta, State Theory, State Order, State System: Ius Gentium and the constitution of Public Power
  • Thomas Duve, Spatial Perceptions, Juridical Practices, and Early International Legal Thought around 1500: From Tordesillas to Saragossa
  • Mónica García-Salmones, The Disorder of Economy? The first Relectio de Indis in a Theological Perspective
  • Gunther Hellmann, Power and Law as Ordering Devices in the System of International Relations
  • Armin von Bogdandy & Sergio Dellavalle, Universalism and Particularism: A Dichotomy to Read Theories on International Order