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THE TELEOLOGICAL TURN IN THE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
International & Comparative Law Quarterly ( IF 1.565 ) Pub Date : 2021-06-09 , DOI: 10.1017/s0020589321000178
Tim Clark

International organisations are inherently purposive actors within the international legal system, created and empowered by States to pursue finite common objectives. This teleological dimension has come to play a prominent role in the way in which international law rationalises international organisations, with their purposes given a significant, often determinative, role in delimiting their competences. This article argues that this is the product of a conscious shift in legal reasoning that took place in the aftermath of World War II. Through an analysis of a series of key post-War decisions, it identifies the common features of this ‘teleological turn’ and, disentangling it from other forms of legal reasoning, examines its unique underlying logic and normative claims. It demonstrates that while the teleological turn offers prospects for the systemic development of international governance, an increasingly abstract approach to the concept and identification of an organisation's ‘purpose’ raises a number of unresolved questions which cast a shadow of indeterminacy over the law of international organisations.



中文翻译:

国际组织法的目的性转变

国际组织本质上是国际法律体系内的有目的的行为者,由各国创建并授权以追求有限的共同目标。这一目的论维度在国际法使国际组织合理化的方式中发挥了重要作用,其目的在界定其权限方面具有重要的、通常是决定性的作用。本文认为,这是二战后发生的法律推理有意识转变的产物。通过对战后一系列关键决定的分析,它确定了这种“目的论转向”的共同特征,并将其与其他形式的法律推理分开,检查其独特的潜在逻辑和规范主张。

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