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The Renovation of International Law : On the Basis of a Juridical Community of Mankind

Author: D Josephus Jitta
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1919.
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I have written my work during THE WAR. The idea of acoJ1ectivity of the States is interwoven allthrough my work, but, of course, the pro ject of a League of nations, which has been elaborated during the armi stice, could not be taken into consideration. This is, moreover, a subject matter which can only be dealt with, in an experimental way, in future times. Besides, I dare say that my work does not fall short with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D Josephus Jitta
ISBN: 9789401510196 9401510199
OCLC Number: 851370565
Description: 1 online resource (196 pages)
Contents: 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: 'Not all means/to injure a foe are allowed' --
The secund customary rule: 'Private individuals ought as a rule, but as a rule with exceptions, to be exempted from warlike harm.' --
The third customary rule : 'Neutrals have rights and duties.' --
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.
Responsibility: by D. Josephus Jitta.

Abstract:

I have written my work during THE WAR. The idea of acoJ1ectivity of the States is interwoven allthrough my work, but, of course, the pro ject of a League of nations, which has been elaborated during the armi stice, could not be taken into consideration. This is, moreover, a subject matter which can only be dealt with, in an experimental way, in future times. Besides, I dare say that my work does not fall short with regard to the plans of the day; so far as the juridical community of mankind is concerned, it is even ahead of its time. MARCH, 1919. JITTA. CONTENTS CHAPTER I. OBJECT AND SCHEME OF THE WORK. page 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. CHAPTER II. THE SYSTEM. FIRST PART. Public International Law. First Section. THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. {sect} I. The Sovereignty of the State and the Sovereignty of Mankind. 7 The sovereignty of the State. The qualifications to be given to the sovereignty of the State according to reasonable principles. The qualifications of the sovereignty in positive law. The religious and patriotic impediments of the evolution of positive law, as to so vereignty.

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