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Hostis humani generis (Latin for "enemy of mankind") is a legal term of art that originates in admiralty law. Before the adoption of public international law, pirates and slavers were already held to be beyond legal protection and so could be dealt with by any nation, even one that had not been directly attacked.

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  • La locuzione latina Hostis humani generis, tradotta letteralmente, significa nemico del genere umano. (Eutropio, Breviarium ab Urbe condita, VIII, 15) È una specie di lapide d'infamia che lo storico appone alla memoria di Antonino Commodo, imperatore romano, che in vita ed in morte si attirò, per i suoi vizi bestiali, l'esecrazione universale.
  • Hostis humani generis (Latin for "enemy of mankind") is a legal term of art that originates in admiralty law. Before the adoption of public international law, pirates and slavers were already held to be beyond legal protection and so could be dealt with by any nation, even one that had not been directly attacked.
  • Hostis humani generis, du latin signifiant littéralement « ennemi de l'humanité », est une locution juridique issue du droit maritime désignant principalement les pirates et les esclavagistes qui, avant l'adoption du droit international public, étaient tenus au-delà de toute protection juridique et pouvaient être disposés par toute nation, même si celle-ci n'était pas directement visée.
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  • La locuzione latina Hostis humani generis, tradotta letteralmente, significa nemico del genere umano. (Eutropio, Breviarium ab Urbe condita, VIII, 15) È una specie di lapide d'infamia che lo storico appone alla memoria di Antonino Commodo, imperatore romano, che in vita ed in morte si attirò, per i suoi vizi bestiali, l'esecrazione universale.
  • Hostis humani generis (Latin for "enemy of mankind") is a legal term of art that originates in admiralty law. Before the adoption of public international law, pirates and slavers were already held to be beyond legal protection and so could be dealt with by any nation, even one that had not been directly attacked. A comparison can be made between this concept and the common law "writ of outlawry", which declared a person outside the King's law, a literal out-law, subject to the violence of anyone. The ancient Roman civil law concept of proscription, and the status of homo sacer conveyed by proscription may also be similar.
  • Hostis humani generis, du latin signifiant littéralement « ennemi de l'humanité », est une locution juridique issue du droit maritime désignant principalement les pirates et les esclavagistes qui, avant l'adoption du droit international public, étaient tenus au-delà de toute protection juridique et pouvaient être disposés par toute nation, même si celle-ci n'était pas directement visée. Une comparaison peut être faite avec le concept de « hors-la-loi » du common law, qui déclare une personne en dehors de la loi du roi, pouvant être tuée par quiconque sans conséquences judiciaires. Le concept de proscription du droit civil de la Rome antique et le statut de l'homo sacer sont aussi similaires.
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