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Vasily Nezabitovsky

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Vasily Andreyevich Nezabitovsky (Василий Андреевич Незабитовский; Василь Андрійович Незабітовський; 1824 — 1883) was a jurist, born in Radomyshl in the Kiev Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Ukraine). He graduated from Kyiv University of St. Vladimir. In 1853, Nezabitovsky transferred to the faculty of international law at Kyiv University. Contributions Nezabitovsky is best known for his study of international law and his conception of a global law versus an international law, in the sense of law between nations. Global law or general / omnisocial law meant to protect an individual against allegiance to a given government or state. Omnisocial law was thus one of the first manifestations of international human rights law. Nezabitovsky's saw international law as merely the protection of state's rights vis a vis other states. Omnisocial law was meant to act as a limit on international law.
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