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THE FUNCTION OF EQUALITY IN LAW 7
Equality in international law
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absolute equality accepted actual inequalities apply Aristotle authority basis character civitas maxima commutative justice concrete consequences considered doctrine entirely essence established existence fact formal function fundamental rights Gerechtigkeit Gleichheit Goebel Grotius hegemony Heydte Hobbes Hugo Grotius human Ibid idea importance individual international community international law international legal order international society intrinsic ius gentium iustitia Jellinek juridical justice Kelsen League of Nations legal equality legal norms legal positivism legal rules legal system Leibholz material matter means national legal order natural law notion of equality objective opinion pacta sunt servanda particular political inequality positive law positivism positivists principle of equality Proleg Pufendorf question reality realization Recht Reibstein relationships relevant respect rights and duties Samuel Pufendorf Scelle Schaumann sense social sovereign sovereignty speak specific sphere Staat Staaten starting-point structure theory train of thought Triepel unity validity valuation Vitoria Volkerrecht voluntaristic world-community