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  • Positive law (Latin: lex posita) is the term generally used to describe man-made laws which bestow specific privileges upon, or remove them from, an individual
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  • effective sentence in the case; yet they have, by a law antecedent and paramount to all positive laws of men, reserved that ultimate determination to themselves
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  • Rothbard. "Natural Law Versus Positive Law". The Ethics of Liberty. pp. 17.  [W]hether something falls within the domain of ‘‘law’’ is, for a natural
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  • (1776). Gaming in all its forts is too big an evil for the regulation of positive law. Subject it to that, and the event is, you restrain it not at all; but
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  • it depends upon positive law. Rex v. Corporation of Carmarthen (1759), 2 Burr. Part IV. 873. It is the principle of the common law, that an officer
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  • effective sentence in the case; yet they have, by a law antecedent and paramount to all positive laws of men, reserved that ultimate determination to themselves
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  • admits the fact, he is bound to show by way of justification, that some positive law has empowered or excused him. The justification is submitted to the judges
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  • not as mere property. As such, they are acted on by our laws, and have an interest in our laws. They may be considered as making a part, though a degraded
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  • Equity (category Law and government)
    common law. Wilmot, L.C.J., Collins v. Blantern (1767), 2 Wils. 341. Equity in its true and genuine meaning, is the soul and spirit of all law; positive law
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  • citizens or the people). State power constitutes itself in the forms of positive law, and the people is the bearer of the legal order whose jurisdiction is
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  • an objective of the law. And of course laws have value in and of themselves, even bad laws: the value, namely, of securing the law against uncertainty
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  • expressed civil laws of human societies often arise as postulates or proposals patterned upon or related to what are regarded as manifest laws of nature or
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  • Verification having two different criteria: one, conformity with the positive laws of thought; the other, conformity with the observed order of phenomena
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  • Church expressly declared that it was against the natural law and the divine positive law, and consequently that it was unlawful to kill, even by order
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  • Westminster was making laws for the West Indies. The West Indians didn't have any representation in the Parliament. The laws were made for them, and
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  • was not concerned with the principles of political law; he was content to deal with the positive laws of settled governments; and nothing could be more
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  • Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude (1960) is a self-help book written by W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill This book is dedicated to Andrew Carnegie
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  • understand a science it is necessary to know its history. A Course of Positive Philosophy (1832 - 1842) [Six volumes] The dead govern the living. Le
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  • healthy personality and a positive attitude towards oneself and others. Amit Abraham, in Personality Development Through Positive Thinking (2004), p. 9
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  • Cruelty can be described as indifference to suffering, and even positive pleasure in inflicting it. Sadism can also be related to this form of action or
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