Infinite Justice: Implicitly Religious Responses to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Looks at emerging international judicial institutions in terms of implicit religion, which exemplify the human search for transcendent justice in Yugoslavia. Problems of the international criminal tribunal; Critical examination of general approaches to implicit religion in terms of its functional eq...

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Published in:Implicit religion
Main Author: Allcock, John B. (Author)
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2004]
In:Implicit religion
Year: 2004, Volume: 7, Issue: 1, Pages: 76-93
Further subjects:B Criminal courts
B INTERNATIONAL courts
B Yugoslavia
B JUSTICE administration
B Religion
B Implicit Religion
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Summary:Looks at emerging international judicial institutions in terms of implicit religion, which exemplify the human search for transcendent justice in Yugoslavia. Problems of the international criminal tribunal; Critical examination of general approaches to implicit religion in terms of its functional equivalence to contentionally defined religion.
ISSN:1743-1697
Contains:Enthalten in: Implicit religion
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1558/imre.7.1.76.36036