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2 Karl-Heinz Ladeur, Was bedeutet die “Normativität” des Rechts in der postmodern Gesellschaft?.
3 Matthias Goldmann, Relative Normativity, inConcepts for International Law 740 (Jean d'Aspremont & Sahib Singh eds., 2019).
4 Those who drank out of the horn of a unicorn were immune to poison and diseases such as epilepsy, as told by Cstias, the ancient Persian historian. SeeOdell Shepard,The Lore of the Unicorn 26 (1930).
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18Thomas Aquinas,The Summa Theologica (1947), Q. 91, Art. 2, First Part of the Second part.
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22 Dennis Patterson, Theoretical Disagreement, Legal Positivism, and Interpretation, 31 Ratio Juris 260 (2018).
23 On the dignified and efficient parts of a constitution in Walter Bagehot's work, see Walter Bagehot,The English Constitution 44 (2d ed. 1873); Kevin Theakston, Walter Bagehot: The English Constitution, inVolumes of Influence (Kevin Theakston ed., 2011).
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