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Grotius

Hugo, original name Huig de Groot. 1583--1645, Dutch jurist and statesman, whose De Jure Belli ac Pacis (1625) is regarded as the foundation of modern international law
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Hugo Grotius and International Relations (Oxford, 1990), 104-12; Richard Tuck, Philosophy and Government, 1572-1651 (Cambridge, 1993), 169-79.
Darwall draws upon the works of Anscombe, Sidgwick, and Hegel and examines selected texts from Grotius to illuminate the problem of authority that follows from Grotius.
Hess argues that epigrams should refer to a certain material object, and some certainly do, as is confirmed by David Rijser in "The Practical Function of High Renaissance Epigram: The Case of Raphael's Grave," Maarten Jansen in "Epigramma cultum and the Anthologia Palatina: Case Studies from Michael Marullus' Epigrammata" and Moniek van Oosterhout, "Hugo Grotius and the Epigram.
GROTIUS ON COLLECTIVE OWNERSHIP AND THE RIGHT OF NECESSITY
The full genealogy of policy on the last two seems uncertain, but their iconic 'father', still somewhat revered in Atlantic and Pacific circles today, is arguably the Dutch moralist, jurist and political writer Hugo Grotius.
In international law, Islamic treatises anticipated the work of Grotius by eight centuries.
Arguably, its most captivating depiction appears in the beautiful edition of Phaenomena published in 1600 by Hugo Grotius and called Syntagma Arateorum.
According to reports, around 30 experts from Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States spoke about the South China Sea issue at a seminar co-organised by Leiden Universitys Grotius Center for International Legal Studies and Wuhan Universitys Institute for Boundary and Ocean Studies.
Though they used slightly different terminology, Grotius,
Ao se falar em direito natural racionalista, e imediata a lembranca dos quatro autores que mais marcaram essa tendencia do pensamento juridico e filosofico moderno: Grotius, Pufendorf, Thomasius e Wolff.
Such philosophical luminaries as Leibniz, Grotius, Pufendorf, Schopenhauer, and Heidegger, all found cite him Francisco Suarez as a source of inspiration and influence with respect to their own works.
6) Two eulogies dedicated to King Louis XIII appeared in 1629 and 1643, and in 1639 and 1640, Cruce published his response to the severe criticisms of Johann Friedrich Gronovius, the German publisher of Statius and friend of Hugo Grotius, another precursor of the international order.