3 Editorial In the first part of this number of Grotiana, present-day aspects and issues of international justice are studied by three authors. Thus, homage is paid to Grotius as the founder of international law. The concept of equity is first explored; issues are raised as to international justice theory; finally, the idea of a common heritage of mankind, which developed within the framework of the law of the sea negotiations, fits within the same perspective of an international environment committed to greater justice in spite of the many obstacles met on the road. The second part of this number groups several contributions which happily link the historical, legal, literary and theological aspects of Grotian studies. Thus, Grotiana tries to keep true to the multidimensional character of the task it has set for itself, in accordance with the intrinsic variety of the Grotian legacy.
Grotiana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1986
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