I agree with you. I would like to say that you are also conclude in the english really well.I like professeur Pridi Kasemsap's works too because he can present about his aspects on the sources of law by unique means, not only from particularly aspect,but also from both sides of the world's philosophies .
So at least we have been proud to study with the original Thai professeur who crystalised the knowledges by his own concept on the sources of law and I always keep in mind when I write any report on the legal issues ,I have to be back to his books,both sources of law and legal philosophy , to write base on the nature of things due to review and rearrange my idea with basic questions.It also called the philosophy method or philosophy learning(by Archanwell Lecture in the international economic law class at Thammasat University).At first the question is "What is being?" The Second is "How can you get being? that implies two questions : where and when. " And the last one is "What is the ethic of being?(why?) : Good or Bad Being". Thus I am able to figure out how to finish my works systematically and reasonably.That's why i like professeur Pridi's works.