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Hugo Grotius's Political and Scholarly Activities in the Light of his Correspondence

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The 7725 letters of Hugo Grotius's correspondence of the years 1594 to 1645 reflect the highlights and drawbacks of an eventful career. Some important gradual developments and abiding features in the letters will be pointed out. In this way Grotius's political and scholarly activities can be analysed from the perspective of the correspondence.

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2007-11-01
2016-12-08

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