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Gro·ti·us

 (grō′shē-əs, -shəs), Hugo Originally Huig de Groot. 1583-1645.
Dutch jurist, politician, and theologian whose major work Of the Law of War and Peace (1625) is considered the first comprehensive treatise on international law.

Grotius

(ˈɡrəʊtɪəs)
n
(Biography) Hugo, original name Huig de Groot. 1583–1645, Dutch jurist and statesman, whose De Jure Belli ac Pacis (1625) is regarded as the foundation of modern international law
ˈGrotian adj
ˈGrotianism n

Gro•ti•us

(ˈgroʊ ʃi əs)

n.
Hugo (Huig De Groot), 1583–1645, Dutch jurist and statesman.
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Noun1.Grotius - Dutch jurist and diplomat whose writings established the basis of modern international law (1583-1645)
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Kingsbury has further suggested that the way forward for international law is through Grotianism.