It is concluded that the longstanding and well known criticism, by legal positivists operating in the liberal tradition, that international law is not law in the true sense of the term, seems valid only because it is measured by the standards of liberal theory
The main thesis of realistic and liberal theory
of international relations which explain the intervention of the Russian Federation in Crimea are several.
In summary, Kymlicka shows that individual freedom is closely connected with cultural membership, and thus, a liberal theory
must incorporate the issue of cultural membership into its basic principles.
Demands of cultures and claims of global justice, instead of posing an irreconcilable dilemma within liberalism, should be viewed as a healthy challenge for a liberal theory
Thomas Gutmann, Some Preliminary Remarks on a Liberal Theory
of Contract, 76 LAW & CONTEMP.
That is exactly what Eichner does in the first two chapters of The Supportive State, in which she develops a revised liberal theory
of politics that corrects liberalism's long-standing neglect of families.
1) See WILL KYMLICKA, MULTICULTURAL CITIZENSHIP: A LIBERAL THEORY
OF MINORITY RIGHTS 80-93 (1995).
However, although the individual rights vest him with the ability to pursue the law of his choice, the emphasis on the rights of the individual leads me to classify vestedness as a liberal theory
oversimplifying, classical liberal theory
posits that individuals are
I stress this point because it is central to the contrast between Miller's liberal theory
and the ideas of two of his interlocutors: Richard Rorty and Charles Taylor.
2) Classical liberal theory
cannot construct rights discourse effectively due to individualism, subjectivism, and discourse theory.
36) By Kymlicka's view, "what distinguishes a liberal theory
of minority rights is .