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26 Neither will the discoveries of modern technology be undone, nor are the Knights of the Round Table going to reappear. 27 It simply points to a structural similarity between medieval order and the emergent post-Westphalian conﬁguration. Moreover, it must be understood that the neo-medieval analogy is ﬁrst and foremost a heuristic device. To escape from the modernist fallacy according to which the world is necessarily structured around one and only one centre, it is helpful to turn to the Middle Ages as a world which was neither anarchic nor organized around one discursive and organizational centre.
But if the count of Grandpré shall make war on the countess and count of Champagne on behalf of his friends and not for his own personal grievances, I shall serve in person with the countess and count of Champagne and I will send one knight to the count of Grandpré to give the service owed from the ﬁef which I hold of him. ” See H. Spruyt, The Sovereign State and its Competitors: An Analysis of Systems Change (Princeton, University Press, 1994), p. 39. The parallels with the contemporary experience of multiple identities are obvious, although it is clear that, in the medieval world, the social role of the individual was much more preordained.
In the face of this prejudice, one should remember that in the Middle Ages, in addition to the centrifugal forces, there were strong countervailing forces of ecclesiastical and secular universalism that generated a considerable degree of cohesiveness. Thus understood, medievalism is a viable alternative to the modern state system and should be recognized as a possible foundation for and manifestation of order. 2 Global governance If the conceptual contours of new medievalism are somewhat diﬃcult to pin down, this is even worse for the concept of global governance.
Governance And International Legal Theory (Nova Et Vetera Iuris Gentium Series a, Modern International Law) by I. F. Dekker, W. G. Werner