Powers and Power-Conferring Norms*
This chapter examines norms or rules that confer power. This is done from a particular point of view, that of the ‘normativist institutionalism’, proposed in broadly similar terms by Ota Weinberger in recent years. The starting point must lie in a basic understanding of law as imposing requirements about conduct in society.
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