Problems of legal systematization from De iure praedae to De iure belli ac pacis. De iure praedae Chapter II and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis compared

Problems of legal systematization from De iure praedae to De iure belli ac pacis. De iure praedae... Grotiana 26–28 (2005–2007) 61–78 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI 10.1163/187607508X379315 www.brill.nl/grot G R O T I A N A 1 Elaborated text of a presentation at NIAS in May 2005 and of a guest lecture at a mixed seminar of the Universities of Vienna and Graz held in Graz in June 2007. I am grateful for the comments made on the two occasions and for those made by prof. Robert Feenstra, Tammo Wallinga and Guus van Nifterik. I thank Dr. Paul de Plessis (Edinburgh) for his help with the English style. Problems of legal systematization from De iure praedae to De iure belli ac pacis De iure praedae Chapter II and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis compared 1 Laurens Winkel Professor of legal history, Erasmus University Rotterdam winkel@frg.eur.nl Abstract A comparison between the Prolegomena of Chapter II of De iure praedae and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis leads to the conclusion that the ideas of Grotius on legal systematization have changed considerably between 1604 and 1625. Whereas Grotius starts in IPC with general principles with a rather unclear distinction between leges and regulae , in IBP he gives fi rst http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Grotiana Brill

Problems of legal systematization from De iure praedae to De iure belli ac pacis. De iure praedae Chapter II and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis compared

Grotiana , Volume 26 (1): 61 – Jan 1, 2007

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Grotiana 26–28 (2005–2007) 61–78 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI 10.1163/187607508X379315 www.brill.nl/grot G R O T I A N A 1 Elaborated text of a presentation at NIAS in May 2005 and of a guest lecture at a mixed seminar of the Universities of Vienna and Graz held in Graz in June 2007. I am grateful for the comments made on the two occasions and for those made by prof. Robert Feenstra, Tammo Wallinga and Guus van Nifterik. I thank Dr. Paul de Plessis (Edinburgh) for his help with the English style. Problems of legal systematization from De iure praedae to De iure belli ac pacis De iure praedae Chapter II and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis compared 1 Laurens Winkel Professor of legal history, Erasmus University Rotterdam winkel@frg.eur.nl Abstract A comparison between the Prolegomena of Chapter II of De iure praedae and the Prolegomena of De iure belli ac pacis leads to the conclusion that the ideas of Grotius on legal systematization have changed considerably between 1604 and 1625. Whereas Grotius starts in IPC with general principles with a rather unclear distinction between leges and regulae , in IBP he gives fi rst

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Published: Jan 1, 2007

Keywords: SUBJECTIVE RIGHTS; DE IURE PRAEDAE; DE IURE BELLI AC PACIS; PROLEGOMENA; GROTIUS; INSTITUTES; LEGAL SYSTEMATIZATION

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