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Title Morality and responsibility of rulers [electronic resource] : European and Chinese origins of a rule of law as justice for world order / edited by Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman.
Publication Info Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition First edition.



Descript viii, 480 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents The moral responsibility of rulers : going back beyond the liberal rule of law for world order / Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman -- The universal rule of law in the thought of the late medieval jurists of Roman and canon law / 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 -- 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 natural law and written constitutions in the thought of Johannes Althusius / John Witte, Jr. -- Hugo Grotius and the universal rule of law / Christoph Stumpf -- 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 -- 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 acquiescence / Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Bijun Xu -- 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.
Note .
ISBN 9780199670055
0199670056
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Subject Rule of law -- China -- History.
Rule of law -- Europe -- History.
International law -- China -- History.
International law -- Europe -- History.
Kings and rulers -- History.
Heads of state -- China -- History.
Heads of state -- Europe -- History.
International law -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Natural law -- History.
International law -- Philosophy.
Alt author Carty, Anthony.
Nijman, Janne Elisabeth, 1972-
Descript viii, 480 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents The moral responsibility of rulers : going back beyond the liberal rule of law for world order / Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman -- The universal rule of law in the thought of the late medieval jurists of Roman and canon law / 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 -- 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 natural law and written constitutions in the thought of Johannes Althusius / John Witte, Jr. -- Hugo Grotius and the universal rule of law / Christoph Stumpf -- 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 -- 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 acquiescence / Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Bijun Xu -- 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.
Note .
ISBN 9780199670055
0199670056
Subject Rule of law -- China -- History.
Rule of law -- Europe -- History.
International law -- China -- History.
International law -- Europe -- History.
Kings and rulers -- History.
Heads of state -- China -- History.
Heads of state -- Europe -- History.
International law -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Natural law -- History.
International law -- Philosophy.
Alt author Carty, Anthony.
Nijman, Janne Elisabeth, 1972-

Subject Rule of law -- China -- History.
Rule of law -- Europe -- History.
International law -- China -- History.
International law -- Europe -- History.
Kings and rulers -- History.
Heads of state -- China -- History.
Heads of state -- Europe -- History.
International law -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Natural law -- History.
International law -- Philosophy.
Descript viii, 480 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents The moral responsibility of rulers : going back beyond the liberal rule of law for world order / Anthony Carty and Janne Nijman -- The universal rule of law in the thought of the late medieval jurists of Roman and canon law / 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 -- 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 natural law and written constitutions in the thought of Johannes Althusius / John Witte, Jr. -- Hugo Grotius and the universal rule of law / Christoph Stumpf -- 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 -- 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 acquiescence / Patrick Sze-lok Leung and Bijun Xu -- 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.
Note .
Alt author Carty, Anthony.
Nijman, Janne Elisabeth, 1972-
ISBN 9780199670055
0199670056

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