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Global Law - Philosophy of International Law and of International Relations

Units : Perelman Center for legal philosophy | ULB055

Description :

This program intends to study, in a new perspective, political and legal philosophy. International law and international relations
were indeed almost ignored in the field of philosophical research for a long time. The fact that boundaries between the national
and the international are less clear challenges the way to approach legal and political philosophy. More specifically, researches
concerning the philosophy of international relations and of international law are needed. In this perspective, this program aims
at reaching three targets. First, to build a comprehensive frame to understand history of the international aspects of political
and legal philosophy; second, to identify the main contemporary paradigms of the philosophy of international relations and
international law; and, finally, to outline the philosophical background needed to think the contemporary globalization of law and policy
and to assess the development of a new cosmopolitanism.

List of persons in charge :

  • LEWKOWICZ Grégory

List of lessors :

  • F.R.S.-FNRS et Fonds associés (hors FRIA)

  • Fonds associés (toutes subventions, y compris la Loterie Nat.)

  • Financement de base institutionnel