Hugo Grotius

Hugo GrotiusIn existographies, Hugo Grotius (1583-1645) (IQ:185|#87) (Cattell 1000:125) [RGM:255|1,330+] (Washington 23|#) (CR:16) was a Dutch jurist and international relations theorist noted for []

Overview
Grotius, supposedly, had theory of the origin of war similar to Thomas Hobbes. (Ѻ)

Genius rankings
Grotius (IQC:200), of note, was one of the only four people that Catherine Cox (1926), in her ranking of the top 300 geniuses (see: Cox IQ) between 1450 and 1850, assigned an IQ of 200 or above to, along with Goethe (IQC:210), Leibnitz (IQC:205), and Thomas Wolsey (1473-1530) (Ѻ) (IQC:200).

Quotes | On
The following are quotes on Grotius:

Grotius, Leibnitz, Goethe, three universal geniuses, the evidence of whose overpowering intellect appeared and was recognized in earliest childhood as it was later in their youth, are doubtless among the greatest minds with whom this study is concerned. A minimum childhood IQ for these cannot be less than 180. A maximum is probably close to the maximum for the human race.”
Catherine Cox (1926), Early Mental Traits of Three Hundred Geniuses (pg. 155)

Grotius thought that in relations between nations there were natural laws which needed only research and reason to discover their principles.”
Howard W. Odum (1929), Introduction to Social Research [1]

References
1. Odum, Howard W. and Jocher, Katharine C. (1929). An Introduction to Social Research (pg. 163). H. Holt and Co.

External links
Hugo Grotius – Wikipedia.

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