The Catholic conception of international law : Francisco de Vitoria, founder of the modern law of nations, Francisco Suarez, founder of the modern philosophy of law in general and in particular of the law of nations : a critical examination and a justified appreciation /

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Main Author: Scott, James Brown, 1866-1943 (Author)
Format: Online
Published: Clark, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 2007.
Series:History of international law.
Legal classics library.
Religion and the law.
Online Access:HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
HeinOnline Religion and the Law
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Table of Contents:
  • Francisco de Vitoria's law of nations
  • The modern law of nations and its municipal sanctions
  • Francisco Suarez : his philosophy of law and of sanctions
  • Suarez on the state
  • Suarez' defensio fidei and the Spanish conception of tyrranicide
  • Mariana's de rege et de regis instituttione
  • Le contrun de la boetie : tyrranicide through the ages
  • Vindiciae contra tyrannos
  • Buchanan's de jure regni apud scotos
  • Divine right and tyrannicide : the Stewart experiment, part I
  • Divine right and tyrannicide : the Stewart experiment, part II
  • Suarez on war
  • Conclusion.