Paul Burgess
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The boundaries of legal personhood: how spontaneous intelligence can problematise differences between humans, artificial intelligence, companies and animals
J Chen, P Burgess
Artificial Intelligence and Law 27 (1), 73-92, 2019
152019
The Rule of Law: Beyond Contestedness
P Burgess
Jurisprudence 8 (3), 480-500, 2017
52017
Neglecting the History of the Rule of Law:(Unintended) Conceptual Eugenics
P Burgess
Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 9 (2), 195-209, 2017
42017
Deriving the international Rule of Law: an unnecessary, impractical and unhelpful exercise
P Burgess
Transnational Legal Theory 10 (1), 65-96, 2019
32019
Maksymilian Del Mar and Michael Lobban (eds), Law in Theory and History: New Essays on a Neglected Dialogue
P Burgess
Edinburgh Law Review 21 (2), 305-307, 2017
12017
“[The Rule of Law]” in the US Supreme Court: the Elephant in the Court Room?
P Burgess
Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 8 (2), 421-428, 2016
12016
Algorithmic Augmentation of Democracy: Considering Whether Technology Can Enhance the Concepts of Democracy and the Rule of Law Through Four Hypotheticals
P Burgess
AI & Society (forthcoming), 2021
2021
Googling the Equivalence of Private Arbitrary Power and State Arbitrary Power: Why The Rule of Law does Not Relate to Private Relationships
P Burgess
International Journal of Law in Context (forthcoming), 2021
2021
You Say It Best When You Say Nothing at All: “[the Rule of Law]”
P Burgess
Edinburgh Law Review 25 (1), 1-22, 2021
2021
What have the Romans Ever Done for Us? Reflections on a Forgotten Heritage of the Concept of the Rule of Law
P Burgess
The Rule of Law in Ancient Rome (forthcoming), 2021
2021
The City: Dominance, Democracy, and the Rule of Law?
P Burgess
The European Yearbook of Constitutional Law (forthcoming), 2021
2021
The Rule of Lore in the Rule of Law: Putting the Problem of the Rule of Law in Context
P Burgess
Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 12, 333–361, 2020
2020
Problems and solutions of change in conceptions of the rule of law in the seventeenth century: evolution or revolution?
P Burgess
The University of Edinburgh, 2019
2019
Should Entick v. Carrington be on our Rule of Law Radar?
P Burgess
Jus Politicum, 281-290, 2016
2016
The Application of the Doctrine of Judicial Notice to Online Sources
P Burgess
Queensland Law Student Review 3 (1), 1-24, 2010
2010
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