Commentatio de juris gentium studio in patria nostra: post Hugonem Grotium

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apud F. Muller, 1856 - Authors, Dutch - 186 pages
 

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Page 168 - La course est et demeure abolie; 2» Le pavillon neutre couvre la marchandise ennemie, à l'exception de la contrebande de guerre; 3» La marchandise neutre, à l'exception de contrebande de guerre, n'est pas saisissable sous pavillon ennemi; 4...
Page 19 - Nam cum ipsae leges nulla alia ex causa nos teneant, quam quod iudicio populi receptae sunt, merito et ea, quae sine ullo scripto populus probavit tenebunt omnes: nam quid interest suffragio populus voluntatem suam declaret an rebus ipsis et factis? Quare rectissime etiam illud receptum est, ut leges non solum suffragio legis latoris, sed etiam tacito consensu omnium per desuetudinem abrogentur.
Page 4 - Histoire des anciens traités ou recueil historique et chronologique des traités répandus dans les auteurs grecs et latins et autres monumens de l'antiquité depuis les tems les plus reculés jusques à l'empereur Charlemagne.
Page 18 - International Law, as understood among civilized nations, may be defined as consisting of those rules of conduct which reason deduces, as consonant to justice, from the nature of the society existing among independent nations ; with such definitions and modifications as may be established by general consent.
Page 122 - He defines the status of ambassador as " composed of rights stricti juris, resting on the basis of natural law, and therefore immutable ; and of privileges, originally not immutable, but so rational in their character, and so hallowed by usage, as to be universally presumed, and to become matter of strict right if their abrogation have not been formally promulgated (a case almost inconceivable) before the arrival of the ambassador. The former are usually described under the title of inviolability,...
Page 16 - lus naturale est dictatum rectae rationis, indicans actui alicui, ex eius convenientia aut disconvenientia cum ipsa Natura rationali ac sociali, inesse moralem turpitudinem aut necessitatem moralem, ac consequenter ab auctore Naturae Deo talem actum aut vetari aut praecipi 4 .' Hobbes : ' Reason suggesteth convenient Articles of Peace, upon which men may be drawn to agreement.
Page 2 - Mémoires touchant les ambassadeurs et les ministres publics, par LMP...
Page 147 - Hume, was, for the like reasons, and for the additional reason that Great Britain was, on account of being at war with Russia, bound, by a regard to national honour, to be more than ever jealous of affording the slightest ground for the accusation that she wished to repudiate her debts justly contracted with the Power which was now her enemy, rejected (y~).
Page 31 - ... le droit des gens, distinct du droit naturel, est une chimère.« — »Au reste, fagt er nod), depuis que M. de Pufendorf a rejeté le droit des gens, dans le sens qu'on l'entendait, il a été suivi en cela, et l'est encore aujourdhui, par tous ceux qui ont étudié ces matières avec quelque soin et sans préjugé.
Page i - GROTiuM in Belgio nostro iuris gentium peritia insignes fuerint viri docti, ordine chronologico recenseantur , deinde quid in primariis illius disciplinae partibus singuli praestiterint , exponatur...

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