Gravity of Wisdom in International Criminal Law


Series: Laws and Legislation
BISAC: LAW051000

In this comprehensive work, Malekian introduces the importance of the noble principle of the population of wisdom, which relates to the far-reaching foundations of the systems of international human rights law and international criminal justice. This principle is not dependent upon the norm of inequality, nor upon the threat of use of force and the killing of millions, nor does it seek to destroy the truth in order to exploit nations. Malekian trusts that an equitable system of international law based in wisdom can provide a forum for a deeper philosophical understanding of the value of our perception, which struggles to establish quality standards, rather than an exorbitant number of human rights provisions. If international human rights law and international criminal law do not uphold moral values, they cannot make ethically wise decisions or attain long-term legal efficiency. We may successfully increase the significance of legal disciplines such as human rights law, the law of the United Nations, and the moral capacity of the norm of perception through the magnificent power of wisdom. This book discusses original theories addressing serious questions concerning the ethical, normative, and moral values of human essence concerning a variety of issues, in order to decrease violations and increase perceptions of true humanisation.

The musings on the distinctive values of this book are presented to those who are not afraid to honour the truth. Read the book with a vigilant heart and scrutinise it with an open-mind.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Searching Wisdom in the System of International Law

Chapter 2. Perception of Reality of Wisdom in International Law

Chapter 3. Contesting Values of Wisdom in International Law

Chapter 4. Struggles for Internationalization of Wisdom

Chapter 5. Preventing Wisdom with Unwise Decisions in the United Nations

Chapter 6. Responsibility to Implement Wise Decisions in International Law

Chapter 7. Misleading Humanity with Unwise Prorogation

Chapter 8. Wisdom Qualifying International Morality

Chapter 9. Conclusion


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