Browsing Department of Law (LAW) by Subject "Hierarchy"
Title:Going Global: Individual Rights, Universal Norms and the Existence of an Overarching Normative Hierarchy in International Law Author(s):REITER-KORKMAZ, AxelleDate:2008Citation:European Journal of Legal Studies, 2008, 2, 1, 87-115Type of Publication:Article
Title:A Formal Prescriptive Approach to General Principles of (International) Law Author(s):QUIRICO, OttavioDate:2007Type of Publication:Working PaperSeries/Report no.:EUI LAW; 2007/19Abstract:From the analytical viewpoint a norm can formally be regarded as a right-duty (or claim-obligation) relation (1) that regulates behaviour (action/inaction) (2) among subjects (3) in definite space (4) and time (5). In ...