iure

iure

(ˈjʊəreɪ)
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Las primeras a su vez estan divididas en presunciones juris simpliciter y iuris et de iure de la misma manera que en el ordenamiento civil.
Thus, Machiavelli's The Prince (1513) and Bodin's The Six Bookes of a Commonweale (1576), or Kant's Project for a Perpetual Peace (1796) and Hegel's Philosophy of Right (1821) are far more familiar to the English-speaking world than Francisco de Vitoria's Relectiones Theologicae (1557), (2) Domingo de Soto's De Iustitia et Iure (1554), or Francisco Suarez's De Legibus (1612).The range and scope of their accomplishments and concerns were far reaching as theology, considered the "mother of sciences" by the theologians, stretched its gaze onto the entire plane of social and political life.
Comitio mundiali gentium de iure, Nationibus Concordibus, spei novissimae atque optimae in saeclo in quo instrumenta sunt maiora belli quam pacis, instauramus foedus sublevandi, ut vetemus hoc forum invectionis fieri, ut scutum novorum parvorumque confirmemus atque regionem gratiae eius augeamus.
Andy Murray must come into the reckoning after his US Open triumph, but it LORPERAESTRUD J dolorem iure facilissis dolutpat vullum LORPERAESTRUD J dolorem iure facilissis dolutpat vullum emerged.
The European Union and the Council of Europe encourage all European States which have not yet abolished the death penalty de iure under all circumstances, to do so by ratifying the relevant protocols to the European Convention on Human Rights.
Diego Alonso-Lasheras' revised dissertation examines Luis de Molina (1535-1600) as a moral theologian through a study of the economic teaching in the Jesuit theologian's De iustitia et iure. He observes that scholars from Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson to Francisco Gomez Camacho have shown the importance of the Spanish Scholastics--and of Molina in particular--to the history of economic thought before Adam Smith.
Baffling, to say the least, for pike to refuse everything and go ga-ga for a loud, bright, fairly aggressive Iure. Or is it?
Perhaps the most salient works in which Vitoria's account of the ius gentium comes to light vis-a-vis the plight of the American Indians are his De Indis and De iure belli.
In this scholarly and tightly-argued book, Peter Borschberg re-examines Hugo Grotius's De Iure Praedae (and that part of it that appeared as Mare Liberum in particular), considering why and how the jurist composed the work, what sources he used, and what long-term impact resulted.