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The Hague Academy of International Law in 1963 on conflict of laws in international arbitration, which laid the foundation for the renewal of the vision of international arbitration. International arbitration law lends itself even more to a legal theory analysis than private international law. This introductory chapter focuses on philosophical notions of autonomy and freedom. It examines the arbitration law from the angle of the visions, philosophies or, more accurately, mental representations that underlie the discipline. In positive law, even if the 'representations' of international arbitration have not been in the foreground, they undeniably structure the field.

Keywords: autonomy; freedom; international arbitration; positive law



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