IURE ET LEGIBUS EBOOK

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Within this treatise, the ius gentium is specifically treated iure et legibus Book II, Sections XVII-XX, after an exhaustive analysis, classification, and critique of the idea of law since its philosophical and jurisprudential elucidations by Greek philosophers, Roman jurists, and Medieval theologians2.

THE CONCEPT OF IUS GENTIUM IN SUÁREZ'S DE LEGIBUS | Ruling Barragán -

Before him, both concepts were commonly confused and somewhat identified. See abbreviations and bibliography at the iure et legibus of this article. Both laws can be divided into three divisions, namely, natural, of nations, and civil. Ius utile natural 1.

IURE ET LEGIBUS EBOOK

Law ius as a moral faculty: Ius utile gentium c. Ius utile civile a. Ius legale natural 2.

Ius legale gentium c. Iure et legibus legale civile Fig. For in moral matters it is not necessary to seek perfect and absolute unity, but a thing which is morally one can consist of many things physically distinct and mutually helping one another.

Thus, therefore, law requires two things: The union of male and female, procreation and education of the offspring are given as examples that are common to human beings and animals Accordingly, natural law is properly applied only to human beings, iure et legibus to animals.

Iure et legibus specific characteristic of the ius gentium in distinction to natural law is that its precepts or commands endorse things that are not necessary for right conduct.

In the same manner, sometimes, it does not prescribe or prohibit acts that are inherently wrong.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

In this regard, F. Another important difference of the law of nations in distinction to natural law is that its commands and prohibitions are not necessary consequences from the principles of natural law. This is because the ius gentium, in conjunction with the principles of natural law, depend on the mediation of human free will, which brings about states of affairs iure et legibus 14 DL II, XVII, 6 p.

An iure et legibus corollary of this is that the precepts and proscriptions of the ius gentium are not immutable, as those of natural law.

This opinion is held on the conclusion of the previous chapter, which makes the ius gentium free from the necessity proper to the principles of natural law.

In accordance with it, the ius gentium does not contain proper precepts and proscriptions, but only concessions or permissions.

IURE ET LEGIBUS EBOOK

As clarified by D. It is true that many of the institutions traditionally described as of the jus gentium, iure et legibus as the proposition pacta sunt servanda, follow upon natural law, but they do so only in conjunction with the assumption of the existence of human society and circumstances peculiar to it.

De legibus connubialibus et iure maritali.

For instance, pacta sunt servanda presupposes the existence of commercial intercourse and the actual making of a promise, both social acts: Iure et legibus inference, therefore, from the natural law […] to the propositions of jus gentium […] is dependent upon the intervention of human free will and of moral expediency and [thus] is not a matter iure et legibus logical necessity RF The bold are mine.

Thus, there can be concessions in natural law.

  • Opera quoad extant - Cornelius Tacitus - Google Books
  • De legibus connubialibus et iure maritali.
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero

An example of this is the right to take a wife, which is something morally good by natural law but it is not commanded by it.



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