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Borderline Jurisprudence
Borderline Jurisprudence
Imagine there is a podcast on hardcore philosophy and jurisprudence of international law. Imagine there are people geeky enough to be ready to talk about this non-stop. That’s right. That’s "Borderline Jurisprudence". By Başak Etkin and Kostia Gorobets.
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Recent Episodes
Panos Merkouris (University of Groningen) joins us to talk about his ERC project TRICI-Law that focuses on interpretation of customary international law. TRICI-Law's website: Publications mentioned in the episode:  Merkouris, Panos. Article 31(3)(c) VCLT and the Principle...
Published 06/25/21
Andreas Hadjigeorgiou, special teaching stuff at the Frederick University Cyprus, joins us to discuss the forgotten legacy of the Oxford Jurisprudence Circle and its relevance for international law. Andreas' SSRN page: If you are...
Published 06/11/21
Scott J. Shapiro, Charles F. Southmayd Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at Yale Law School, joins us to talk about well, everything, including planning theory of law, outcasting and more. Here's the link to Scott Shapiro's podcast: Jurisprudence Publications referred to in the...
Published 05/28/21
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