Solidarity as a Practical Reason: Grounding Authority of International LawGorobets, K., 2020, (Submitted). 25 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Academic
The article deals with the idea of solidarity in international law. In particular, it focuses on the idea that solidarity is a(n) (emerging) principle of international law. It shows that solidarity belongs to the kind of normative principles, which, though essential for legitimation of international law, are not legally normative by the function they perform. Therefore, solidarity is not and should not be a principle of international law.
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Submitted - 2020|
|Event||2020 ESIL Research Forum ‘Solidarity. The Quest for Founding Utopias of International Law’ - University of Catania, Catania, Italy|
Duration: 23-Apr-2020 → 24-Apr-2020
|Conference||2020 ESIL Research Forum ‘Solidarity. The Quest for Founding Utopias of International Law’|
|Period||23/04/2020 → 24/04/2020|
2020 ESIL Research Forum ‘Solidarity. The Quest for Founding Utopias of International Law’
23/04/2020 → 24/04/2020Catania, Italy
- principles of international law, solidarity, authority of international law, normativity, legality