OS FUNDAMENTOS DO JUS COGENS INTERNACIONAL

Rodrigo Cerveira Cittadino

Resumo


O artigo enfoca as teorias justificadoras do jus cogens internacional, especificamente as mais conhecidas internacional: a jusnaturalista, a juspositivista, a da ordem pública internacional e outras de aspecto sociológico. Não tencionamos propor solução para o problema maior de quais seriam os exatos contornos do direito cogente ou de seu processo nomogenético – isto é, a questão de por que uma norma ordinária de Direito Internacional seria alçada (ou mereceria ser alçada) à qualidade de norma peremptória. Contentamo-nos em expor as limitações de cada uma das fundamentações, com destaque para a juspositivista. A proposta por nós avançada é que essas diferentes óticas fundamentadoras muito teriam a ganhar se dialogassem entre si.

 


Palavras-chave


Jus cogens. Normas peremptórias. Teoria do direito internacional.

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