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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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(6.) One issue on which both Hobbes and Grotius were as one was the authority of state over church.
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.
Even though Matelieff's command of the Portuguese language is acknowledged, as is his knowledge of the history and structure the Portuguese empire in Asia (see how he makes parallels between his and the misfortunes of Portuguese viceroys and governors decades prior in one of his letters to Grotius), one is left wondering to which extent the Portuguese organizational precedent shaped his views on the structure and operations of the Dutch presence in Asia.
Grotius, too, explained that treaties constituted "the perfect
Compreender bem Wolff exige conhecer a tradicao do jusnaturalismo racionalista que o precedeu, especialmente Grotius, Pufendorf e Thomasius.
The Greek model will inspire not only Cruce and Sully, but also Grotius, the abbot Saint Pierre, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Immanuel Kant, and even Simon Bolivar, architect of the Amphictyonic Congress in Panama in 1826.
According to Grotius, Providence bestowed on humanity a particular kind
Annet den Haan explores why Giannozzo Manetti believed that a translation into the vernacular can never be a good translation, while Beate Hintzen looks at a series of poems connected to Martin Opitz to bring out the role of Greek within the contact between Latin and vernacular literature, and Guillaume van Gemert follows a treatise of Hugo Grotius from its beginnings as a work of self-apology in a Dutch context through a Latin translation in which the theological content stood front and center to a series of German translations, one of which made its way into the hands of a Swedish general.
Estas alteracoes das relacoes internas e externas do sistema politico da Europa provocavam descontentamento nos proprios paises, ja que era interessante para eles realizar um equilibrio politico regional.ssim, vemos que Hugo Grotius viveu em um periodo em que as guerras eram uma constante, um meio comum de resolver divergencias politicas; as grandes potencias da epoca (Franca, Espanha, Inglaterra, Suecia e o Sacro Imperio Romano) estavam sempre de prontidao para dar inicio a um conflito, fosse por um motivo realmente grave ou por meras futilidades politicas.
Larry May's chapter on war crimes trials includes some substantial arguments, although it gets off to a weak start by drawing extensively on Hugo Grotius to support the argument.
Central to the argument is the considerations of iuirisprudentia and modern natural law as founded by Hugo Grotius and Samuel van Pufendorf in relation to such themes as religious pluralism in the State; the definition of the obligations and limits of legislation, and the rights of sovereign power in religion; the rejection of the confessional State and the use of force against revolutionary movements of the human conscience; the justification of the right to resist; and the elaboration of the characteristics and limits of the new notion of civil tolerance (derived from the voluntaristic and anti-Hobbesian perspective of Barbeyrac in his commentary on Pufendorf using Locke's work and the theory of obligation).
She traces the various discourses on the relation between the political and natural spheres from the influences of ancient and medieval political thought on early modern writers to the debates between and amongst scholastic Catholic political thinkers, Protestant Aristotelians, and others, highlighting the often radical departures from earlier traditions in the thought of Hugo Grotius and especially Thomas Hobbes.