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Shugurov, M. V. Philosophy of International Law: Basic Tendencies of Development in a Modern World.

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2011-3 , pages 98-108.

Resume: The article analyzes the philosophical grounds of the modern international law, their composition and dynamics of development. The author of the article conceives that the subject matter of the international law philosophy is conceptualization of philosophical ideas and principles forming the basis of international law and its science. Much attention is paid at possible perspectives of the international law philosophy in the post-modernism situation.

Keywords: philosophy, globalization, law, postmodernism, paradigm, idea, politics, morals, peace, Hegelianism

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