In this final Chapter, a number of further reflections are advanced. First, the idea that constitutionalization as a valid descriptive framework is rejected for its lack of concordance with reality; secondly, the notion of pluralism is rejected as a possible normative framework, given the Court's practice and self-consciousness as a judicial organ of a system of international law. The Chapter concludes with some thoughts as to the possible reimagining of the judicial function through scholarship.
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