The Integrated Approach to Private and Public International Law - A Distinctive Feature of Italian Legal Thinking

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Abstract

1. Public and Private International Law in Modern Italian Legal Thinking. – 2. The Origins of the Integrated Approach: 2.1 Nationality, a Principle Common to Public and Private International Law; 2.2 The Reception of Mancini’s Doctrine in Italy and Abroad. – 3. The Persistence of the Integrated Approach During the Twentieth Century: 3.1 The Declining Influence of Mancini’s Teachings; 3.2 Public and Private International Law in the Prism of Anzilotti’s Positivism; 3.3 The Problem of the Nature of Private International Law According to Anzilotti; 3.4 The Dispute Concerning the Function and Object of Conflict-of-Law Rules; 3.5 The Isolation of Italian Private International Law Scholarship; 3.6 The Decline of Formalism in Private International Law Scholarship. – 4. Concluding Remarks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA History of International Law in Italy
EditorsG. Bartolini
Pages262-282
Number of pages21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Diritto internazionale privato
  • Diritto internazionale pubblico
  • Private International Law
  • Public International Law

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