Bene qui latuit bene vixit

Or the puzzle of Commercial amnesia

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Resumé

The contribution attempts to build up a strong, fact based argument against the idea that only states are relevant for the history of international law. Empires and companies have played a major part, but this is largely ignored by main stream conceptions of international law. The contribution also argues that the leaving out of companies in the understanding of the development of international law, is a menacing kind of ‘commercial amnesia’, and in fact serves company interests. Hence the title: Bene qui latuit bene vixit. he who has concealed himself well, has lived well. Lastly, the contribution argues – perhaps to provoke the subject of our tribute – that the role of companies and empires have been much better understood by the conservative Edmund Burke than the by liberal J.S. Mill or the socialist Karl Marx.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelMod og mening : Hyldestskrift til Frederik Harhoff
RedaktørerHanne Marie Motzfeldt, Sten Schaumburg-Müller, Rikke Gottrup, Kim Østergaard
Udgivelses stedKøbenhavn
ForlagDjøf Forlag
Publikationsdatosep. 2016
Udgave1. udg.
Sider469-491
ISBN (Trykt)978-87-574-3677-8
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-719-8011-0
StatusUdgivet - sep. 2016

Emneord

  • international law
  • companies
  • East India Company
  • British South African Company
  • hiaroty of international law
  • John Stuart Mill
  • Edmund Burke
  • Karl Marx
  • Rudd Concession
  • Lochner Concession

Citer dette

Schaumburg-Müller, S. (2016). Bene qui latuit bene vixit: Or the puzzle of Commercial amnesia. I H. M. Motzfeldt, S. Schaumburg-Müller, R. Gottrup, & K. Østergaard (red.), Mod og mening: Hyldestskrift til Frederik Harhoff (1. udg. udg., s. 469-491). København: Djøf Forlag.
Schaumburg-Müller, Sten. / Bene qui latuit bene vixit : Or the puzzle of Commercial amnesia. Mod og mening: Hyldestskrift til Frederik Harhoff. red. / Hanne Marie Motzfeldt ; Sten Schaumburg-Müller ; Rikke Gottrup ; Kim Østergaard. 1. udg. udg. København : Djøf Forlag, 2016. s. 469-491
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