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The invitation to prepare an English translation of the De Jure Belli ac Pacis by Hugo Grotius was extended to Mr. Kelsey by Dr. Scott, of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, in June 1918. At that time the opinion was quite general that the World War would probably last for two years longer ; and it was thought that if the translation could be made ready before the peace negotiations should begin, the publication would be particularly opportune. The invitation was accepted with the condition that the work might be divided, in order to facilitate progress. The preparation of the manuscript was well under way when the Armistice came, and during the subsequent peace negotiations the undertaking was allowed to lag. Then, too, near the close of 1919, Mr. Kelsey was obliged to go abroad on a scientific mission which involved an absence of two years from the United States. Hence the delay in publication, which has now become opportune by reason of the approaching tercentenary of the first publication of the De Jure Belli ac Pacis in 1625. The translation, however, was made from the text of the edition published in Amsterdam in 1646, because it embodied the last revision of the author. In making the final draft for the printer, the translators have consulted the other editions published in the lifetime of Grotius and have had the advantage of consulting also the new edition of the text by P. C. Molhuysen, which was published in Leyden in 1919. Of the translation it is …
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Huig de Groot, whom we know and venerate under the latinized name of Hugo Grotius, is not a man with one book to his credit ; but lawyers of all parts of the world are celebrating the three hundredth anniversary of one work of his, De Jure Belli ac Pacis Libri Tres. It appeared, it would seem, some time in the month of March 1625. For many years it was looked upon as a tour deforce, as an extraordinary achievement for a politician in exile and a humanist to his finger-tips to have turned off within the space of a few months a treatise on a dry and admittedly technical subject, whose principles were ill-defined and, where known, were treated with scant respect. His preparation for the work was not obvious. It is true that a pamphlet on the freedom of the seas had been published anonymously some sixteen years before, and it was known to those who took an interest in the matter that Grotius was its author ; the connexion, however, between the Mare Liberum of 1609 and the masterpiece of 1625 was not evident. It was a far cry from a pamphlet maintaining a special interest, to a general treatise setting forth the rights and duties of nations in war and in peace. The knowing ones would have us believe that he began the composition of the great work in 1623, upon a sugges- tion of the famous Frenchman, Nicholas Peiresc, 'the Maecenas of his Century and the Ornament of Provence ’, and a letter from Grotius himself, dated January 11,1624, is invoked in support of Peiresc’s …
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Huig de Groot, whom we know and venerate under the latinized name of Hugo Grotius, is not a man with one book to his credit ; but lawyers of all parts of the world are celebrating the three hundredth anniversary of one work of his, De Jure Belli ac Pacis Libri Tres. It appeared, it would seem, some time in the month of March 1625. For many years it was looked upon as a tour deforce, as an extraordinary achievement for a politician in exile and a humanist to his finger-tips to have turned off within the space of a few months a treatise on a dry and admittedly technical subject, whose principles were ill-defined and, where known, were treated with scant respect. His preparation for the work was not obvious. It is true that a pamphlet on the freedom of the seas had been published anonymously some sixteen years before, and it was known to those who took an interest in the matter that Grotius was its author ; the connexion, however, between the Mare Liberum of 1609 and the masterpiece of 1625 was not evident. It was a far cry from a pamphlet maintaining a special interest, to a general treatise setting forth the rights and duties of nations in war and in peace. The knowing ones would have us believe that he began the composition of the great work in 1623, upon a sugges- tion of the famous Frenchman, Nicholas Peiresc, 'the Maecenas of his Century and the Ornament of Provence ’, and a letter from Grotius himself, dated January 11,1624, is invoked in support of Peiresc’s …
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Huig de Groot, whom we know and venerate under the latinized name of Hugo Grotius, is not a man with one book to his credit ; but lawyers of all parts of the world are celebrating the three hundredth anniversary of one work of his, De Jure Belli ac Pacis Libri Tres. It appeared, it would seem, some time in the month of March 1625. For many years it was looked upon as a tour deforce, as an extraordinary achievement for a politician in exile and a humanist to his finger-tips to have turned off within the space of a few months a treatise on a dry and admittedly technical subject, whose principles were ill-defined and, where known, were treated with scant respect. His preparation for the work was not obvious. It is true that a pamphlet on the freedom of the seas had been published anonymously some sixteen years before, and it was known to those who took an interest in the matter that Grotius was its author ; the connexion, however, between the Mare Liberum of 1609 and the masterpiece of 1625 was not evident. It was a far cry from a pamphlet maintaining a special interest, to a general treatise setting forth the rights and duties of nations in war and in peace. The knowing ones would have us believe that he began the composition of the great work in 1623, upon a sugges- tion of the famous Frenchman, Nicholas Peiresc, 'the Maecenas of his Century and the Ornament of Provence ’, and a letter from Grotius himself, dated January 11,1624, is invoked in support of Peiresc’s …
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2018 és 2019-et követően – a pandémiás időszak miatt egy év kihagyással – 2021. április 07-én szerveztünk harmadik alkalommal konferenciát a Pécsi Tudományegyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar doktoranduszainak. A konferenciát ezúttal online felületen a teams alkalmazáson keresztül bonyolítottuk le. 2018 őszén doktoranduszokban és fiatal oktatókban felmerült az ötlet, hogy a pécsi jogász doktoranduszoknak szervezzünk konferenciát. Korábban is voltak erre pozitív kezdeményezések, ilyen volt például az ún. JoDoPet (Jogász Doktoranduszok Pécsi Találkozója) című PhD konferencia, amely szintén több alkalommal került megrendezésre a Pécsi Tudományegyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Karán. JoDoPet Konferenciát legutóbb 2015-ben rendeztek, azóta pedig kizárólag pécsi jogász doktoranduszoknak szervezett konferencia nem volt. 2018 november 30-án szerveztük meg az első konferenciát, ahol tizenöt előadó három szekcióban ismertette kutatási eredményeit 15 perces előadásokban. Így újra lehetősége nyílt jogász doktoranduszoknak és doktorjelölteknek, hogy helyben a Pécsi Tudományegyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Karán adjanak elő. Az előadásokat követően lehetőség volt a résztvevőknek kérdéseket, hozzászólásokat intézni a prezentálókhoz. A hagyományt folytatva egy évvel később újabb konferenciát szerveztünk 2019. november 15-én. A második konferencián már 18 előadó vett részt …
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The evils of our present social order are many in number and serious in their effects. But the security and permanence of our civilization are menaced by two things in particular: (1) the waste of materials and men inherent in the system, and (2) the constant threat of war which grows out of the system. The first evil suggested Stuart Chase’s pamphlet, The Challege of Waste; the second suggests this companion pamphlet in the L. I. D. series of social studies. Like all our pamphlets it has had the benefit of the advice and criticism of many friends of the L. I. D. to whom our thanks are due. It has been written in grave and anxious days. No man can foretell what will eventuate from the French occupation of the Ruhr even before this pamphlet is in print. The possibilities for evil in the still unsettled Near Eastern situation are only less grave. At first sight both these crises seem to illustrate the madness of the nations rather than the working out of economic interest. Behind the war in the Near East lay the age-old feud between Greeks and Turks, racial and religious, with its resulting complex of fear, pride, ambition, and desire for revenge. Behind the Franco-German crisis lies not only the history of centuries of conflict but the fresh memory of the devastated areas of northern France. If the popular desire in France for security is an abnormal and unreasoning obsession which tends to defeat its own ends it is at least not surprising under the circumstances. But if …
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