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      Dawid Bunikowski
    
      Alan D. Hemmings

Philosophies of Polar Law

Dawid Bunikowski (Redaktør) ; Alan D. Hemmings (Redaktør)

Analysing the most important concepts and problems of the philosophy of polar law, this book focuses on the legal regimes relating to both the Arctic and Antarctic.


The book addresses the most fundamental concepts and problems of polar law, looking beyond the apparent biophysical similarities and differences of the two polar regions, to tackle the distinctive legal problems relating to each polar region. Les mer
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Analysing the most important concepts and problems of the philosophy of polar law, this book focuses on the legal regimes relating to both the Arctic and Antarctic.


The book addresses the most fundamental concepts and problems of polar law, looking beyond the apparent biophysical similarities and differences of the two polar regions, to tackle the distinctive legal problems relating to each polar region. It examines key legal-philosophical areas of the philosophy of law around legal interpretation; the role of nation states, reflected in concepts of territorial sovereignty - whether recognised or merely asserted, the exercise of jurisdiction, and the philosophical justifications for such claims; as well as indigenous rights, land rights, civil commons and issues of justice.





The book will be of interest to students and scholars of polar law, land law, heritage law, international relations in the polar regions and the wider polar social sciences and humanities.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 196
ISBN: 9781138618558
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Introduction - Emerging Philosophies of Polar Law


Dawid Bunikowski and Alan D. Hemmings





Part I: Fundamental Concepts of the Philosophies of Polar Law





1. The Philosophy of Law in the Antarctic


Alan D. Hemmings





2. The Philosophy of Law in the Arctic


Dawid Bunikowski





Part II: Western Legal Framings





3. Decolonising Antarctica


Alejandra Mancilla





4. The Arctic as Civil Commons


Giorgio Baruchello





5. Philosophy of Science and Legal Disputes over Whaling in the Southern Ocean


David Coady, Brendan Gogarty and Jeffrey McGee





Part III: Indigenous and non-Western Framings





6. Legal (non) Recognition of Sami Customary Relationship with the Land in Finland: Challenges so ar and Prospects in the Modern Human Rights Era


Leena Heinamaki, Sanna Valkonen and Jarno Valkonen





7. Assimilation Policy contra Cultural Viability in the North


Tom G. Svensson





8. The Predicates of Chinese Legal Philosophy in the Polar Regions


Nengye Liu and Qi Xu





Part IV: The Environment





9. Climate Change and the Role of Indigenous Peoples in Preserving Nature and Biodiversity with Special Emphasis on the Arctic


Agnieszka Szpak





10. Environmental Perceptions and Values of the Russian Northern Indigenous Peoples


Elena Gladun and Olga V. Zakharova
Dawid Bunikowski is Senior Lecturer in Law at the State University of Applied Sciences in Wloclawek, Poland, Leader of Sub-group of Philosophy of Law at the University of the Arctic, Finland, and Visiting Researcher in the School of Theology (Philosophical Faculty) at the University of Eastern Finland.


Alan D. Hemmings is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Gateway Antarctica at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.