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Title At the origins of modernity : Francisco de Vitoria and the discovery of international law / José María Beneyto, Justo Corti Varela, editors
Published [Place of publication not identified] : SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PU, 2017
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Series Studies in the History of Law and Justice ; v.10
Studies in the history of law and justice.
Contents 1 Introduction: Francisco de Vitoria and the Origins of the Modern Global Order; Abstract; References; Vitoria as the Father of International Law; 2 From the "Imago Dei" to the "Bon Sauvage": Francisco de Vitoria and the Natural Law School; Abstract; 1 Introduction: A Triptych in the Manner of Ferdinando Gallego; 2 The Frame: The Historical and Political Coordinates of Modernity; 3 The Central Panel: The Theoretical Coordinates of Modernity; 4 The First Side Panel: Vitoria, the Jurists and the Natural Law; 5 The Second Side Panel: Vitoria, the Philosophers and the Natural Rights
6 Final Observations: Towards the Establishment of the Doctrine of Natural Law in the Eighteenth CenturyReferences; 3 The Sovereignty of Law in the Works of Francisco de Vitoria; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Sovereignty of Natural Law: A Tool to Control Civil Power; 3 Sovereignty of Natural Law: An Instrument for the Reformation of the Church; 4 The Sovereignty of Natural Law: An Instrument of Justice for Nations; References; 4 Vitoria, the Common Good and the Limits of Political Power; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Common Good, "Objective Right" and Individual Rights
3 The Commonwealth and the Limits of Political Power4 Legitimate Resistance to Abuses of Political Power; 5 Ius Gentium and Limits to State Power in International Affairs; 6 Just War Theory as a Constraint on States; 7 Autonomy of Church and State; 8 Conclusion; References; 5 The Problem of Eurocentrism in the Thought of Francisco de Vitoria; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Occupation; 3 The Right of Communication; 4 The Contemporary Debate Over Vitoria; References; 6 On the Spanish Founding Father of Modern International Law: Camilo Barcia Trelles (1888-1977); Abstract; 1 Introduction
2 Nationalism and Orthodox Catholicism in the nineteenth Century3 The Nation State, the Rule of Law and Freedom in the twentieth Century; 4 An Objective International Law; 5 At the End of the Day ...; References; Vitoria and the Jus Bellum Iustum; 7 Francisco de Vitoria on the "Just War": Brief Notes and Remarks; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Contextual Notes; 3 The Development of the Concept of "Just War" in Vitoria's Works; 3.1 The de Indis; 3.2 The De Iure Belli; 4 Interpretations and Remarks; 5 Conclusion; References
8 Prevention and Intervention in Francisco de Vitoria's Theory of the Just WarAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 War and the Law of Nations; 3 The Law of Nations and International Authority: The just War; 4 Limitations of the Doctrine of the Prince as Judge; References; 9 Francisco de Vitoria on Self-defence, Killing Innocents and the Limits of "Double Effect"; Abstract; 1 Introducing Vitoria's Theory of Collateral Damage; 2 The Broader Context: The Moral and Legal Value of Human Life; 3 The Broader Context: Different Ways of Killing; 4 Vitoria on Double Effect; 5 Epistemic Constraints
Subject Vitoria, Francisco de, 1486?-1546.
International law.
Form Electronic book
Author EBSCOhost
ISBN 9783319629988 (electronic bk.)
3319629980 (electronic bk.)