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English translation: Grotian

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Spanish term or phrase:grociana
English translation:Grotian
Entered by: Carla Mendoza
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20:28 Dec 8, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Government / Politics
Spanish term or phrase: grociana
Es en relaciones internacionales. encuentro "Grocian" pero no encuentro la definición del término en ninguna parte y se me ocurre que sólo es un calco.
Encentro en Internet que grociana es una corriente de pensamiento que se dan entre estados, pero el comportamiento del Estado está guiado por unas normas y pautas de conducta. Es una teoría intermedia enre las otras dos. El Estado es el modelo organizativo básico. En esta se inspirará la doctrina española.
Carla Mendoza
Local time: 00:02
de Grotius o Grocio
Explanation:
Hola, Carla. En teorías de relaciones internacionales sí se habla del adjetivo "grociano" o "grociana" derivados de Hugo Grocio (Hugo Grotius, Hugo de Groot), filósofo internacionalista del siglo XVI, nacido en Holanda

Ref: posgrado en relaciones internacionales.

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Note added at 4 days (2004-12-12 20:53:08 GMT)
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Lo siento, Carla, no había vuelto a visitar ProZ hasta hoy. El término que buscas no es \"Grocian\", sino \"Grotian\", te mando estos enlaces:
www.leeds.ac.uk/polis/englishschool/keene00.doc
www.politicsprofessor.com/ politicaltheories/grotian-theory.html
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Atenea Acevedo
Local time: 22:02
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de Grotius o Grocio


Explanation:
Hola, Carla. En teorías de relaciones internacionales sí se habla del adjetivo "grociano" o "grociana" derivados de Hugo Grocio (Hugo Grotius, Hugo de Groot), filósofo internacionalista del siglo XVI, nacido en Holanda

Ref: posgrado en relaciones internacionales.

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Note added at 4 days (2004-12-12 20:53:08 GMT)
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Lo siento, Carla, no había vuelto a visitar ProZ hasta hoy. El término que buscas no es \"Grocian\", sino \"Grotian\", te mando estos enlaces:
www.leeds.ac.uk/polis/englishschool/keene00.doc
www.politicsprofessor.com/ politicaltheories/grotian-theory.html

Atenea Acevedo
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