Considering the relationship between international law and religion two contributions stand out first the sometimes beneficial influence of religious enthusiasms on the development of international law and second the occasional generation of universalistic norms of international law to protect religious diversity. Religion and the sources of international law in antiquity david j bederman the confucian view of world order frederick tse shyang chen international law in ancient hindu india ved p nada religion and the literature of international law some standard texts mark w janis christianity and late nineteenth century british . The influence of judaism on the development of international law an assessment shabtai rosenne 5 a survey of islamic international law gamal m badr 6 francisco suarez on the law of nations john p doyle 7 religion and the literature of international law some standard texts mark w janis 8 images of religion in . Laws rightly asserted that no law can justify itself purely on the basis of the authority of any religion or belief system the precepts of any one religion any belief system cannot by . This volume now available in paperback builds on the eleven essays edited by mark janis in 1991 in the influence of religion and the development of international law more than doubling its authors and essays and covering more religious traditions now included are studies of the interface between international law and ancient religions
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