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jus gen·ti·um

 (yo͞os gĕn′tē-əm, jŭs jĕn′shē-əm)
n.
The law of nations; international law.

[Latin iūs gentium : iūs, law + gentium, genitive pl. of gēns, nation.]
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jus gentium

(ˈdʒɛntɪəm)
n
(Law) Roman law those rules of law common to all nations
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in′terna′tional law′


n.
the body of rules that nations generally recognize as binding in their conduct toward one another.
[1830–40]
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Sim, e a resposta, se aceitarmos o fato de que as conclusoes do direito, o jus gentium (o que e efetivamente praticado por todos), dada a fragilidade do intelecto humano, so valem in plerisque, no maior numero de casos, porque as coisas mudam e a regra e extraida das coisas.
The Jus gentium was distinguishable from the civil law because the
The tenth chapter deals with Suarez's doctrine of evangelization, which manifests his view on the equality of human beings on the basis of their natural rights, on morality, on the nature of societies, and on the law of nations (jus gentium), which are the topics of the last three chapters.
The rules established by a given state for its own members are peculiar to itself, and are called jus civile; the rules constituted by natural reason for all are observed by all nations alike, and are called jus gentium. (7) Important for our purposes, we see that Gaius identifies the ius gentium with reason's proper function in the realization of its own human nature, a nature that exists universally in every state or nation.
A excecao de Suarez e Grocio (pode incluir-se entre estes dois, nao sem controversias, Vitoria e, possivelmente, Vazques de Menchaca e Gentili), o conceito de jus gentium dos autores da tradicao da guerra justa nao equivale a um direito entre os povos, mas a um direito nacional comum, e ainda se encontraria imerso na orbita romana de Ulpiano--mencionada a seguir.