The Ethical Basis of International Law by William Francis, Ph.d. Roemer

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One can, of course, criticize international law from the point of view of other ethical systems, but were legal authority and obligation to depend on external.

OCLC Number: Notes: Published also as thesis (Ph. D.) University of Notre Dame. Description: xiii, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Early sources of international law --The influence of the church and papacy in international affairs --St.

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A Catholic Interpretation of International Law Roemer, William Francis. The Ethical Basis of International Law. Chicago: Loyola University Press, xiii, pp. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ; ISBN Hardcover.

New. * This treatise, which grew out of a Ph.D. dissertation in philosophy accepted by the University of Notre Dame, is. Early sources of international law --The influence of the The Ethical Basis of International Law book and papacy in international affairs --St.

Thomas and the ethical basis of international law --Contributions of the moralists preceding Grotius --Modern publicists and international law --The soul The Ethical Basis of International Law book international law --Conclusion --Appendix I: Kant's peace theory --Appendix II.

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