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AuthorJitta, D. Josephus. author
TitleThe Renovation of International Law [electronic resource] : On the Basis of a Juridical Community of Mankind / by D. Josephus Jitta
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1919
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Descript 196 p. 1 illus. online resource


I. Object and Scheme of the Work. -- My object -- Mankind as a community de facto -- Mankind as a juridical community -- The unity of international law -- Scheme of the system -- The positive rules of the law of war -- The egotism of the States -- The burden of the subject-matter -- The causticity of some of the materials -- The use of a language -- II. The System -- First Part Public International Law -- First Section. The General Direction of Public Affairs -- Second Section. The Sources of Intenrational Law -- Third Section. Goods Destined, Although Only in General, for the Common Use of Mankind -- Fourth Section. Taxation -- Fifth Section. Public Welfare as a Matter of Offical Care -- Sixth Section. Prevention of Social Evil -- Seventh Section. Punishment -- Eigth Section. Jurisdiction -- Ninth Section. Arbiration and Judiciary -- Second Part of the System. Private international law -- III. A Few Considerations on the Positive Law of War -- The positive nature of the law of war -- The dogma of the righteous causes of war -- The causes of the development of customary rules, concerning warfare -- The first customary rule: โ{128}{156}Not all means/to injure a foe are allowedโ{128}{157} -- The secund customary rule: โ{128}{156}Private individuals ought as a rule, but as a rule with exceptions, to be exempted from warlike harm.โ{128}{157} -- The third customary rule : โ{128}{156}Neutrals have rights and duties.โ{128}{157} -- Consequence of the lack of precision of the customary rules -- The codification of the law of war -- A short digression to the domain of feelings -- The principle of the nationalities -- The national feeling inflated to passion -- The races of men -- The religious feeling and the religions -- Social-political parties -- Synopsis of the principal causes of war, connected with the realm of feelings -- The reduction of the number of wars -- Huma-nization of the war -- Disappearance of the war -- IV. Synopsis of My Conclusions -- A glance back at my starting point -- The aim of my work -- My method -- My results -- National selfishness -- The war -- Corrigendum: Page 44, lines 19 and 25, for 14 read 15

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