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Francisco de Vitoria on just war on both sides and on the legal position of Burgundy

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Two texts of Francisco de Vitoria, a 16th century theologian, on the emerging concept of just war on both sides give interesting information on a less known aspect of the contemporary controversy between the Emperor Charles V and the French King François I: the position of the Duchy of Burgundy. These texts also link elegantly the theory of international law and political reality.

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2007-10-01
2016-12-10

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