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By Francisco de Vitoria

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ISBN-13: 9788842075004

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D defensionem bom pu ICI. bonum publicum et a rrutaS vd pre· bello iusto etiam licet recuperare res pe 2. In tium illarum. ' im nsam belli et omLicer occupare ex boOl~ ~osu~ pe 3. nia damna ab hostibus tnlUste illata. . beIl' . roma, q h ·b . d et securllatem ex oso uso . u~ pac~.. b hostibus acceptam et pUnire 5. Licet vtndicare U1Iodu~~~. illos pro huiu~m i Imuros. d bellum iustum sufficiat. 6 Primum dublUffi, utruffi a . utet se habere iustam causam. quod prmceps ~ t an subditi teneantur examinarc 7.

Ergo tenentur ad hoc. Item si negligentia istorum bellum iniustum gereretur, isti viderentur consentire. lmputarur enim alicui, quod potest et debet impedire, si non impediat. tem, quia solus rex non sufficit ad examinandas causas iusti belli et potest errare magna cum pernicie multorum. Ergo non ex sola sententia regis, immo nec ex sententia paucorum, sed multorum sapientium debet geri bellum. Sit tenia propositio: Alii minores, qui non admittuntur nec audiuntur apud regem neque a consi/io publico, non tenentur examinare causas belh sed possunt credentes maioribus licite militare.

Nduro --t cum iusta cau adhibita. - d b' t· U1 aCle . " , 8. lu: ~~ est cum ex utraque parte sunt f"J, t sa I d Ula . ". tes et pro a ~it esse bellum iustum ex 9. Quartum dublum est, an pos utraque parte.. ui ex ignorantia secutUS t 10. Quintum dublUm,. utrum q . . de iniustitia bel bellum iniustum, SI postea consment et 34 Che cosa sia lecito in una guerra giusta, e in quale mi ura In una guerra giusta è lecito fare tuttO ciò che è necessario per il pubblico bene e la sua difesa. 2. In una guerra giusta è lecito inoltre recuperare tutte le cose sottratte, o il loro controvalore.

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