The Impact of Thoughts in the Creation of International Law Rules: From Former Thinkers to the Future Scholars

  •  Roghieh Ebrahimi    
  •  Hossein Sharifi Tarazkouhi    


International law as one of the human sciences which has been formed in the light of governments’ needs for regulation of relations and pertinences is a set of rules which based on the increasing complexity of international life; it has been added to its importance gradually. The international nature of rules in this science leads the main followers of international system namely government to be identified as drafters of aforementioned rules. In this research we will discussed about the status of human thoughts as the smallest subjects of international system and we try to prove this hypothesis that human thoughts had been an essential component in the formation of rules in the international legal system.

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