A Catalogue Of Law Books

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 80.11 MB
Format: PDF
View: 4126
Download Read Online
London Law Magazine, “Mr. Warren, in his new edition of his 'Law Studies, gives
Mr. Greenleaf's work a decided preference to the more voluminous treatises of
Starkie and Phillips, even for the English student.”—See Law Studies, pp. 755,
755. ... $12.50. London, 1855. The same. — The Rights of War and Peace,
wherein are explained the Law of Nature and Nations, and the Principal Points of
Government. By Hugo Grotius. With Notes by J. Barbeyrac. Folio. $7.50. London,
1738.

Secularisation And The Leiden Circle

Author: Mark Somos
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004209557
Size: 33.61 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 6791
Download Read Online
CHAPTER FIVE GROTIUs: FROM BIBLE CRITICIsM TO A THEORY OF WAR
AnD PEACE 1. Vita Brevis Hugo Grotius, the 'miracle of Holland,' was born at
Delft in 1583, the year before William the silent was assassinated there. At
Leiden he was ... The intellectual and political significance of other works from his
student days, including his editions of Martianus Capella and Aratus, and
translation of stevin's De Havenvinding into Latin, are discussed in chapter 2
above. Both in the ...

Grotius Reader

Author: Hugo Grotius
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 44.17 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 3119
Download Read Online
a reader for students of international law and legal history Hugo Grotius, T.M.C.
Asser Instituut L. E. van Holk, C. G. Roelofsen. his introduction (the ... The law of
and between nations aims to offer rules to the sovereign powers in times of
peace and of war. The subjects have a duty to ... text of this book is in Latin. There
are 112 editions, including translations in seven European languages, Chinese
and Japanese.37 The most recent Latin edition is by Mrs. B.J.A. De Kanter - Van
Hettinga ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Aquinas

Author: Brian Davies
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190208791
Size: 54.54 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 4890
Download Read Online
1514) would make a midlife conversion from Ockhamist to Thomist, and
subsequently, his students would read the Summa theologiae as their textbook at
the University of Paris. ... For instance, in part through Vitoria's mediation, Thomist
doctrines would inform aspects of Hugo Grotius's seminal treatise of 1625, De
jure belli ac pacis (The Law of War and Peace), with the Dutch scholar often
citing Aquinas directly.51 In another development of earlier trends, the third
period of Thomists ...

The Rights Of War And Peace

Author: Hugo Grotius
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780865974371
Size: 45.28 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 3777
Download Read Online
Hugo Grotius Richard Tuck. A NOTE ON THE TEXT The 1738 English translation
of Barbeyrac's French edition, which is reprinted here, was in large part the work
of John Morrice. In 1715 he and two collaborators had published a translation of
the Latin text of Gro- tius's work, which was reprinted as the translation of
Grotius's text in the 1738 edition; Barbeyrac's notes were translated from the
French and added to the Morrice translation at the same time. Morrice's papers
survive in the ...

Documentary Textbook On The United Nations

Author: John Eugene Harley
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 71.20 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 1349
Download Read Online
remarkable Dutchman, Hugo Grotius,1 in 1625, two years after Cruce's plan was
made known, wrote a treatise entitled De Jure Belli ac Pads (The Laws of War
and Peace) which won for him the honor of being called the Father of
International Law. This work, though at first not fully appreciated, at length
became celebrated and was printed in many languages. Professor Jesse S.
Reeves, a leading student of his life and works, has listed seventy- six editions.
These include forty-eight ...

Advocate Of Peace Through Justice

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 77.35 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 3765
Download Read Online
Although Hugo Grotius wrote many books, his epoch-making work was "The
Eights of War and Peace." This book, however slowly the nations have realized it,
struck the death blow to the barbarisms of war and the war system and laid firmly
the foundations of international law. The printing of the work, requiring four
months' time, was completed at Paris in March, 1625. The edition was sent to the
fair at Frankfort, where it was published a little later. There is in England a Grotius
Society.

Documentary Textbook On International Relations

Author: John Eugene Harley
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 37.56 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 3834
Download Read Online
The remarkable Dutchman, Hugo Grotius,1 in 1625, two years after Cruce's plan
was made known, wrote a treatise entitled De Jure Belli ac Pacts (The Laws of
War and Peace) which won for him the honor of being called the Father of
International Law. This work, though at first not fully appreciated, at length
became celebrated and was printed in many languages. Professor Jesse S.
Reeves, a leading student of his life and works, has listed seventy-six editions.
These include ...