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- The Sources of International Law: An IntroductionSamantha Besson Jean D’Aspremont *
- Sources in the Meta-History of International Law: From Liberal Nihilism and the Anti-Metaphysics of Modernity to an Aristotelian Ethical OrderAnthony Carty Anna Irene Baka
- Sources in the Meta-History of International Law: A Little Meta-Theory—Paradigms, Article 38, and the Sources of International LawMark Weston Janis
- Sources and the Legality and Validity of International Law: What Makes Law ‘International’?Pierre D’Argent
- Sources and the Legality and Validity of International Law: Natural Law as Source of Extra-Positive NormsMary Ellen O’Connell Caleb M. Day *