The Enemy Of All

Author: Daniel Heller-Roazen
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The philosophical genealogy of a remarkable antagonist: the pirate, the key to the contemporary paradigm of the universal foe.

Locust Gleanings

Author: W. C. Bamberger
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
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The Enemy of All: Piracy and the Law of Nations Daniel Heller-Roazen Daniel
Heller-Roazen is, technically, a Professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton
University. But in such previous books as The Inner Touch: The Archeology of a
Sensation, a meditation on our sense of being alive, and Echolalias: On the
Forgetting of Language, he has ranged beyond what most of us would include
under even that vast categorical umbrella. Likewise with his newest title, The
Enemy of All, ...

State Trials Of The United States During The Administrations Of Washington And Adams

Author: Francis Wharton
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If there be this common jurisdiction at sea, why not punish desertion from one
belligerent power to another, or correspondence with the enemy, or any other
crime which may l>e perpetrated f A common jurisdiction over all offences at sea,
... of its laws on its own territory, and it extends to violations committed elsewhere
by persons it has a right to bind. It extends also to general piracy. A pirate, under
the law of nations, is an enemy of the human race. Being the enemy of all, he is
liable ...

Humanity Across International Law And Biolaw

Author: Britta van Beers
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107048184
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91 For examples of breaches of bioethics as grave breaches of international
humanitarian law and international criminal law, see Geneva Convention I,
Articles 12 and 50; Geneva Convention II, Articles 12 and 51; Geneva
Convention III, Articles 13 and 130; Geneva Convention IV, Articles 32 and 147;
Additional Protocol I, Articles 11 and 85 and Additional Protocol II, Article 5. 92
Daniel Heller-Roazen, The Enemy of All: Piracy and the Law of Nations (New
York: Zone Books, 2009), ...

An Essay Concerning The Laws Of Nations And The Rights Of Soveraigns

Author: Matthew Tindal
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And this they prove was looked on as the Definition of an Enemy, even in
Cicero's time, who quotes it, Philip. 4- as a known Definition or Description of an
Enemy. And Ibelieve there is nothing in which Nations so unanimously agree, as
in esteeming none but him that has summum imperium an Enemy, and all others
Robbers or Pirates 5 and there can be no instance given, where any though at
first they were Robbers, Pirates, Rebels, &c. yet when they had Dominions, and
possessed ...

The Invisible Hook

Author: Peter T. Leeson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400829866
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Pack your cutlass and blunderbuss--it's time to go a-pirating! The Invisible Hook takes readers inside the wily world of late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century pirates.

The Invisible Hook

Author: Peter T. Leeson
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This is a fun book, but also a volume rich with insights and analysis."--Edward Glaeser, Harvard University "Light of touch and truly eloquent, The Invisible Hook is a terrific read on a fascinating topic.

Geopiracy

Author: Joel Wainwright
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137301759
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Oxford: Oxford University Press. Heller-Roazen D (2009) The enemy of all: piracy
and the law of nations. New York: Zone. Herlihy P (2010a) Panelist presentation,
research ethics for Latin Americanist Geographers, annual meeting of the AAG.
April 15, 2010. Washington DC. Herlihy P (2010b) Self-appointed gatekeepers
attack the American Geographical Society's first Bowman Expedition. Political
geography 29(8), 417—419. Herlihy P, Dobson J, Aguilar Robledo M, Smith D,
Kelly J, ...

Abridgment Of The Debates Of Congress From 1789 To 1856 Dec 5 1796 March 3 1803

Author: United States. Congress
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If all nations had jurisdiction over the place, then the laws of all nations would
equally influence the contract; but certainly no man will hesitate to admit that such
a contract ought to be decided according to the laws of that nation to ... violation
of its laws on its own territory, and it extends to violations committed elsewhere by
persons it has a right to bind. It extends also to general piracy. A pirate, under the
law of nations, is an enemy of the human race. Being the enemy of all, he is liable
 ...