Author: Craig Eggett
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B. Historical BackgroundEdit
I. Early PracticeEdit
II. The Drafting of the PCIJ StatuteEdit
III. Overview of the Practice of the PCIJ and ICJEdit
C. The Nature of General PrinciplesEdit
I. Rules and Principles in International LawEdit
II. The Relationship between General Principles and other International NormsEdit
D. The Creation of General PrinciplesEdit
I. Ascertainment of Unwritten RulesEdit
II. Relevant Actors: Replacing "Civilized Nations"Edit
III. Comparative Reasoning in the Determination of General PrinciplesEdit
E. The Functions of General PrinciplesEdit
I. Facilitating International AdjudicationEdit
II. Fostering Coherence and Regulating ChangeEdit
III. Pushing the Boundaries of International LawEdit
F. Concluding RemarksEdit
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- Source II
- Summary I
- Summary II