Charles Covell considers the political thought of Thomas Hobbes in
relation to the tradition of international law, and with the
intention to challenge the reading of Hobbes as the exponent of the
realist standpoint in international thought and practice. The
relation of Hobbes to international law is explained through
attention to the place that he occupies among the modern secular
natural law thinkers, such as Grotius, Pufendorf, Wolff and Vattel,
who founded the modern system of the law of nations.
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