Книга: Cornelis Van Vollenhoven «The Three Stages In The Evolution Of The Law Of Nations (1919)»

The Three Stages In The Evolution Of The Law Of Nations (1919)

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Книга представляет собой репринтное издание 1919 года (издательство "The Hague, M. Nijhoff" ). Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие" огрехи" :помарки, кляксы и т. п.

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Cornelis van Vollenhoven

Cornelis van Vollenhoven (8 May 1874, Dordrecht - 29 April 1933, Leiden) was a Dutch law professor and legal scholar, best known for his work on the legal systems of the East Indies.

Cornelis van Vollenhoven began his university studies at Leiden at the age of 17, where he would earn many degrees, including: a masters in law (1895), a bachelors degree in Semitic languages (1896), a masters in political science (1897), and finally his Ph.D. in law and political science (1898). He received a cum laude for his thesis, “Scope and content of international law” (Omtrek en inhoud van het internationale recht), which foreshadows his later focus on the laws of Southeast Asia.

After finishing his studies, van Vollenhoven became the private secretary of J.Th. Cremer, a colonial captain of industry and minister of Colonial Affairs. In 1901 van Vollenhoven became professor of the Adat Law of the Dutch East Indies at Leiden University. As legal scholar he had enormous influence on his students and colleagues. The University of Amsterdam granted him an honorary doctorate in 1932.

Most of his life, van Vollenhoven focused on the traditional legal system of Indonesia, the Adat. He campaigned for its preservation and dispelled myths of its being quackery and inefficient. He wrote numerous pamphlets on the subject, including "The Adat-law of the Netherlands-Indies” (Het adatrecht van Nederlandsch-Indië), which documented the adat traditions of 19 different regions, plus the adat traditions of the Foreign Orientals (vreemde oosterlingen, i.e. Arabs, Chinese, Indians, and the like). Most remarkably, all of his work was done in Leiden, as van Vollenhoven vistied the East Indies only twice--once in 1907 and again in 1923. During his life, he was adat's greatest champion, and is still revered by many of the older generations in Indonesia. “The Man for Adat Law”, as he was called, died in Leiden in 1933.

References

  • F.D.E. van Ossenbruggen, 'Prof.mr. Cornelis van Vollenhoven als ontdekker van het adatrecht', in Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indië 90 (1933) I-XLI;
  • jhr. W.J.M. van Eysinga, in Grotius. Annuaire international pour l"année 1934, 1-10;
  • Henriette L.T. de Beaufort, Cornelis van Vollenhoven 1874-1933 (Haarlem, 1954).
  • Universiteit Leiden: Van Vollenhoven Institute

Источник: Cornelis van Vollenhoven

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