Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy

This year’s third and last issue of Revus. Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law (2016) 30 includes a rich discussion of Bruno Celano‘s paper on Pre-Conventions as normative facts, as well as Alberto Puppo’s contribution Reasonable stability vs. radical indeterminacy. A disanalogy between domestic rule of law and humanity-based international law. Discussants of Celano’s paper in this issue are Marco Brigaglia, Dale Smith, Federico Arena, and José Juan Moreso. See all contributions here.