Routledge innovations in political theory ; 72.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Grotius and modern natural rights : beyond a secular history 2. Natural right and natural rights 3. Two concepts of justice 4. The origins of the state : how and why? 5. The bounds of coercive authority : sovereignty and rebellion 6. Rights and the responsibility (not) to punish 7. Punitive war and international responsibility 8. Divine government : why you can't ever really pay for your crimes 9. Transcending natural rights, or rethinking the foundations of modern political secularism : Grotius and the history of political thought.