This good old man whom you see here, is Erasmus; this other is Grotius; unhappily, they neither of them had any religion.
Grotius and Puffendorf, to be consistent, must assert the same.
Brulon declared, that the difficulty did not proceed from any aversion to Grotius, whom the King highly esteemed.
And it is into these absurdities that the reasonings of Grotius and his followers have led us.
Grotius was not a recluse, but a man of the world, who certainly had no bias to the side of religion.
The later years have also brought new honors to Grotius's feet.
The embassy of Grotius is connected with an important period in the history of the War of Thirty years.
Grotius argues that it is a compilation from two older epistles.
Grotius, on examining the Dutch translation, found the translator often wilfully deviating from the true sense of the original.
In spite of opposition, the work of Grotius was not to be undone.