1 The concept of reasonableness exhibits an important link with human reason, a philosophical concept par excellence. Reasonableness is also generally perceived as opening the door to several ethical or moral, rather than legal, considerations (see also Justice and Morality in International Relations). A number of legal philosophers insist upon the importance of reasonableness in law. Furthermore, lawyers are able to fill lacunae in existing positive law by reference to reasonableness, and thereby also to societal values and even to conceptions of natural law...
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