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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


  • Vitoria, Francisco de, -- 1486?-1546.

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SeriesPublications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
ContributionsVitoria, Francisco de, 1486?-1546.
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Open LibraryOL13925625M

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The Spanish Origin of International Law. Francisco De Vitoria and His Law of Nations. London: Humphrey Milford, 19a, , clviii pp. Frontispiece and portrait. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN ISBN Cloth. $ Francisco de Vitoria [c. ] is widely considered to be a founder of 4/5(3). Study of Vitoria by a leading figure in twentieth-century international law. Originally published: Oxford: Clarendon Press, 19a, , [6], clviii pp. Francisco de Vitoria [c] was a founder of international law. Scott holds that Vitoria's doctrines, popularized in his important Reflectiones, De Indis Noviter Inventis and De Jure Belli (the text of these are included in the. ISBN ; ISBN ISBN ; ISBN Study of Vitoria by a Leading Figure in Twentieth-Century International Law Scott, James Brown. The Spanish Origin of International Law. Francisco De Vitoria and His Law of Nations. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scott, James Brown, Spanish origin of international law. Oxford: Clarendon Press ; London.

Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Spanish Origin of International Law. The Spanish Origin of International Law. By James Brown Scott. No cover image. but it is nevertheless a volume with a thesis: that there was a Spanish school of international law in the sixteenth century, within forty years after the discovery of America;. Get this from a library! The spanish origin of international law: Francisco de Victoria and his law of nations. [James Brown Scott; Francisco de Vitoria]. The Study of International Law in the Spanish Nineteenth Century In: In the Shadow of Vitoria: A History of International Law in Spain () Author: Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral.   The book offers a critical exposition on the most relevant theories on international law. Barcia Trelles, Camilo. “Fernando Vazquez de Menchaca (–): L’école espagnole du droit international du XVIe siècle.” Recueil des Cours 67 (): – E-mail Citation» This is a classic work on the Spanish School of international law.

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