On Good Faith and Bad Faith: Introductory Note

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  • 1 1Former staff member, Grotius (Huygens) Institute and International Court of Justice, The Hague, The Netherlands, Arthur@judicap.com

In this Introductory Note Grotius’ views on Good Faith, Humanity, and Justice as exposed in De fide et perfidia (1602) are addressed with reference to the theories he developed in De jure praedae (1605) and later elaborated in De jure belli ac pacis (1625).

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     See D. Nörr, Die Fides im Römischen Völkerrecht (Heidelberg: Müller, 1991).

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    De Wilde, ‘Fides publica’, p. 461.

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    De Wilde, ‘Fides publica’, p. 456.

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     Cf. De Wilde, ‘Fides publica’, pp. 465, 468, 471. I could not agree more with De Wilde’s appraisal of this element of Grotius’s doctrine.

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     Cf. De Wilde, ‘Fides publica’, pp. 473 and 483.

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    Blom, ‘Sociability’, p. 591.

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