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The Rights of War and Peace
Since the nineteenth century, Hugo Grotius' "Rights of War and Peace" has commonly been seen as the classic work in modern public international law, laying the foundation for a universal code of law.Expand
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Hugo Grotius' Ordinum Hollandiae ac Westfrisiae Pietas (1613).
This volume contains Hugo Grotius's first work in the field of church politics, orginally published in 1613. The book was written to defend the policy of the States of Holland, which was beingExpand
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The Free Sea
The freedom of the seas -- meaning both the oceans of the world and coastal waters -- has been among the most contentious issues in international law for the past four hundred years. The mostExpand
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The Truth of the Christian Religion
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Filozofická reflexe omezené racionality
Philosophical Reflection of Bounded Rationality Research of rationality represents area of interaction between philosophy and economics. Development of neuroscience and advances in scientificExpand
The present study investigates the interaction between theology and economy in the writings of four political economists —
The present study investigates the interaction between theology and economy in the writings of four political economists—Hugo Grotius, John Locke, Adam Smith and Thomas Malthus—who are commonlyExpand
Meeting Business : Obligations under International Human Rights Law
1. This Paper1 argues that a multilateral investment treaty (hereafter “MIT”) should include specific provisions on human rights – in other words, that investment and human rights should be linked.Expand