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Morality and responsibility of rulers : European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order, edited by Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman

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Morality and responsibility of rulers : European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order
Title
Morality and responsibility of rulers
Title remainder
European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order
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edited by Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Arguing that the concept of an 'international rule of law' has a history independent from that of the national rule of law, this book discusses early modern European thought on natural law and justice and Chinese thought on world order and international law. It provides a unique examination of comparative international legal history and philosophy
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ERASA
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1972-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Carty, Anthony
  • Nijman, Janne Elisabeth
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  • Rule of law
  • Rule of law
  • International law
  • International law
  • Kings and rulers
  • Heads of state
  • Heads of state
  • International law
  • Natural law
  • International law
Label
Morality and responsibility of rulers : European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order, edited by Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Humanism, the Bible, and Erasmus's moral world order
  • Xavier Tubau
  • Legislating for the "whole world that is, in a sense, a commonwealth" : conquest, occupation, and "the defence of the innocent"
  • Anthony Pagden
  • Cardinal Richlieu between Vattel and Machiavelli
  • Anthony Carty
  • The universal rule of natrual law and written constitutions in the thought of Johannes Althusius
  • John Witte, Jr.
  • Hugo Grotius and the universal rule of law
  • Christoph Stumpf
  • The moral responsibility of rulers : going back beyond the liberal rule of law for world order
  • Aquatopia : lines of amity and laws of the sea
  • Peter Goodrich
  • A universal rule of law for a pluralist world order : Leibniz's universal jurisprudence and his praise of the Chinese ruler
  • Janne Nijman
  • Moral rulership and world order in ancient Chinese cosmology
  • Aihe Wang
  • "Humane governance" as the moral responsibility of rulers in East Asian Confucian political philosophy
  • Chun-chieh Huang
  • Bridging the Western and Eastern traditions : a comparative study of the legal thoughts of Hugo Grotius and Lao Zi
  • Henan Hu
  • Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman
  • The hazards of translating Wheaton's Elements of international law into Chinese : cultures of world order lost in translation
  • Emily Cheung and Maranatha Fung
  • Chinese intellectuals' discourse of international law in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  • Tian Tao
  • The crisis of the Ryukus (1877-82) : Confucian world order challenged and defeated by Western/Japanese imperial international law
  • Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Anthony Carty
  • Lost in translation in the Sino-French war in Vietnam : from Western international law to Confucian semantics : a comparative-critical analysis of the Chinese, French, and American archives
  • Anna Irene Baka and Qi Fei
  • The Sino-Japanese War and the collapse of the Qing and Confucian world order in the face of Japanese imperialism and European acquiesence
  • Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Bijun Xu
  • The universal rule of law in the thought of the late medieval jurists of Roman and canon law
  • Confucianism and Western international law in 1900 : Li Hongzhang and Sir Ernest Satow compared : a case study of the crisis of Russia in Manchuria (1900-01)
  • Anthony Carty and Jing Tan
  • Joseph Canning
  • "The law of nations is common to all mankind" : jus gentium in humanist jurisprudence
  • Susan Longfield Karr
  • "Cleare as is the summers sunne"? : Scottish perspectives on legal learning, parliamentary power, and the English royal succession
  • Andrew R.C. Simpson
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
480 pages
Isbn
9780199670055
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1004732833
Label
Morality and responsibility of rulers : European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order, edited by Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Humanism, the Bible, and Erasmus's moral world order
  • Xavier Tubau
  • Legislating for the "whole world that is, in a sense, a commonwealth" : conquest, occupation, and "the defence of the innocent"
  • Anthony Pagden
  • Cardinal Richlieu between Vattel and Machiavelli
  • Anthony Carty
  • The universal rule of natrual law and written constitutions in the thought of Johannes Althusius
  • John Witte, Jr.
  • Hugo Grotius and the universal rule of law
  • Christoph Stumpf
  • The moral responsibility of rulers : going back beyond the liberal rule of law for world order
  • Aquatopia : lines of amity and laws of the sea
  • Peter Goodrich
  • A universal rule of law for a pluralist world order : Leibniz's universal jurisprudence and his praise of the Chinese ruler
  • Janne Nijman
  • Moral rulership and world order in ancient Chinese cosmology
  • Aihe Wang
  • "Humane governance" as the moral responsibility of rulers in East Asian Confucian political philosophy
  • Chun-chieh Huang
  • Bridging the Western and Eastern traditions : a comparative study of the legal thoughts of Hugo Grotius and Lao Zi
  • Henan Hu
  • Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman
  • The hazards of translating Wheaton's Elements of international law into Chinese : cultures of world order lost in translation
  • Emily Cheung and Maranatha Fung
  • Chinese intellectuals' discourse of international law in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  • Tian Tao
  • The crisis of the Ryukus (1877-82) : Confucian world order challenged and defeated by Western/Japanese imperial international law
  • Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Anthony Carty
  • Lost in translation in the Sino-French war in Vietnam : from Western international law to Confucian semantics : a comparative-critical analysis of the Chinese, French, and American archives
  • Anna Irene Baka and Qi Fei
  • The Sino-Japanese War and the collapse of the Qing and Confucian world order in the face of Japanese imperialism and European acquiesence
  • Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Bijun Xu
  • The universal rule of law in the thought of the late medieval jurists of Roman and canon law
  • Confucianism and Western international law in 1900 : Li Hongzhang and Sir Ernest Satow compared : a case study of the crisis of Russia in Manchuria (1900-01)
  • Anthony Carty and Jing Tan
  • Joseph Canning
  • "The law of nations is common to all mankind" : jus gentium in humanist jurisprudence
  • Susan Longfield Karr
  • "Cleare as is the summers sunne"? : Scottish perspectives on legal learning, parliamentary power, and the English royal succession
  • Andrew R.C. Simpson
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
480 pages
Isbn
9780199670055
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1004732833

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