Chapter 9: Significance of the findings for future international legal discourse
This chapter summarises the findings of the previous chapters and discusses their significance for future international legal discourses. As the book concludes, in international jus cogens discourse, a fruitful exchange of opinions is inhibited by the general failure of discussants to fully acknowledge the relationship between submitted propositions and a legal positivist’s or legal idealist’s frame of mind. The book has significance inasmuch as it will help participants in international legal discourse to engage more rationally with the divide between different international lawyers’ respective conceptions of jus cogens.
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