Chapter 28: Indeterminacy
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As a concept, indeterminacy reflects the idea that the rules of international law cannot be identified nor their content determined with certainty. This entry examines four different types of indeterminacy and the intellectual pedigree of each: American legal realism (as applied through the New Haven School of international law); linguistic indeterminacy; structural indeterminacy; and near-realist indeterminacy.

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