Hugo Grotius and the Modern Theology of Freedom: Transcending Natural Rights, written by Jeremy Seth Geddert

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New York: Routledge, 2017. Pp. 240.

Jeremy Seth Geddert’s recent monograph, Hugo Grotius and the Modern Theology of Freedom: Transcending Natural Rights (Routledge, 2017), interprets a remarkable swathe of Grotius’s works through the underappreciated distinction between strict and broader forms of justice. The central polemic in Geddert’s book is that Grotius needs to be understood not as a thinker who frees natural jurisprudence from Christian teleology but rather as one who grapples with the need for both secular norms (rights) and responsibilities guided by higher virtue. The polemic is directed against a common reading of Grotius, pressed especially

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Hugo Grotius and the Modern Theology of Freedom: Transcending Natural Rights, written by Jeremy Seth Geddert

in Grotiana

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