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Author Andreas Harald Aure.
Title Right to wage war (jus ad bellum).
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Bwv Berliner Wissenschaft, 2015.

Author Andreas Harald Aure.
Series Berliner Juristische Universitätsschriften: Grundlagen des Rechts ; v. 52
Berliner juristische Universitätsschriften. Grundlagen des Rechts.
Subject Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645.
Friedlieb, Konrad, 1633-1714.
Alberti, Valentin, 1635-1697.
War (Philosophy) -- History -- 17th century.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History.
Description 1 online resource.
Contents Acknowledgments; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 International law and just war; 1.2 The development of bellum justum: from idealism to realism?; 1.3 State of research; 1.4 The reception of Grotius' ideas in Germany -- an overview; 1.5 Short presentation of the scholars; 1.6 Methodological remark; 2 Grotius' ideas on law and war; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The law of nature and the law of nations; 2.2.1 The law of nations; 2.2.2 The law of nature; 2.3 Jus ad bellum; 3 Samuel Pufendorf; 4 Konrad Friedlieb (1613-1713), Greifswald; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The law of nature and the law of nations.
4.3 Can war be just?4.4 Purpose of war; 4.5 Definition of war; 4.6 War that is not fully just; 4.7 On the divisions or different types of war; 4.8 Just and unjust causes -- intentio recta; 4.9 Just conditions for war; 4.9.1 Introduction; 4.9.2 General condition: necessity; 4.9.3 Specific causes for war; 4.9.3.1 Just and necessary defence; 4.9.3.2 War on behalf of others; 4.9.3.3 Recovery of things; 4.9.3.4 Violation of treaties and agreements; 4.9.3.5 Innocent passage; 4.10 Types of unjust or persuasive causes; 4.10.1 War for glory and empire; 4.10.2 War for utility.
4.10.3 Wars which have an appearance of truth4.11 Does the outcome of war testify to the justnessof the cause?; 4.12 On the manner of starting war; 4.12.1 Declaration of war; 4.12.2 Personal competence; 4.12.3 Exceptions; 4.13 Summary; 5 Valentin Alberti (1635-1697), Leipzig; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The law of nature and of nations; 5.3 Can war be just?; 5.4 Definition and types of war; 5.5 Purpose of war; 5.6 Right to war conditions; 5.6.1 Who has the right to wage war (causa efficiens); 5.6.2 General condition for making war.
5.6.3 Waging war because of things (belonging to the state or the king)5.6.3.1 Punitive war; 5.6.3.2 Jus legationis; 5.6.3.3 Innocent passage; 5.6.4 Waging war on behalf of persons; 5.6.4.1 Defence of subjects; 5.6.4.2 Defence of allies; 5.6.4.3 Assisting relations and friends; 5.7 On the manner war is started and waged; 5.8 On unjust war; 5.8.1 Unjust causes for war (intentio recta); 5.9 Summary; 6 Johann Wolfgang Textor (1637-1701), Heidelberg; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 The law of nature and the law of nations; 6.3 Can war be just?; 6.4 Concept of war; 6.5 The question of right intent.
6.6 Correct authority6.7 Just cause; 6.7.1 Two basic requisites for a just cause; 6.7.2 Offensive war; 6.7.3 Division of causes for war; 6.7.4 Wrongs that qualifies as just causes; 6.7.4.1 Injury to body; 6.7.4.2 Injury to reputation; 6.7.4.3 Injury to property; 6.7.4.4 Denial of innocent passage; 6.7.5 Insufficient or unjust causes for war; 6.7.6 Defensive war; 6.7.7 Can a war be begun for a doubtful cause?; 6.7.8 Whether there can be a just cause for war on both sides; 6.7.9 Whether victory testifies to the justice of the cause; 6.8 Declaration of war; 6.9 On the effects of war.
ISBN 3830520859 (electronic bk.)
9783830520856 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 940934548
Additional Format Print version: Aure, Andreas Harald. Right to Wage War (jus ad bellum) : The German reception of Grotius 50 years after De iure belli ac pacis. Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, ©2015 9783830532378