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This workshop aims to explore competing conceptions of international legal argumentation from three different perspectives: reason, rhetoric and violence.

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Date 10 June 2016
Time 13:00 - 18:00

Different strands of scholarship converge on thinking of international law as an argumentative practice. At the same time, their superficial agreement unravels upon a closer look at competing underlying conceptions of what it means to argue. Such a closer look continues to be largely missing from the debates.

This workshop will offer participants an opportunity to explore competing conceptions of international legal argumentation from three different perspectives: reason, rhetoric and violence.

This workshop is organised by the ACIL in collaboration with the Manchester International Law Centre (MILC).

This is a closed workshop. Should you wish to participate please contact Ingo Venzke or Jean d’Aspremont before 6 June 2016.