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|Stations of the Banquet, a Scripture-based exploration of the Christian story of salvation as a food story, provides nourishment for those engaged in living out the food and justice challenges of the Gospel.|
|"It is impossible," Cicero tells us, "to live well except in a good commonwealth, |
and nothing can produce greater ... "The foundation of justice," he tells us
elsewhere, "is good faith— that is, truth and fidelity to promises and agreements.
|Language is a condition of society for Cicero, not only because it allows |
individuals to communicate but also because it allows them to make promises. In
book 1 of De officiis Cicero asserts: ''The foundation of justice. . . is good faith –
that is, ...
|So, it is quite clear that good faith and justice need to be respected even in war, |
and there can be nothing seemly about ... The foundation of justice, then, is faith,
for the hearts of the just meditate on faith, and the person who is just, and thus ...
|441) 'The first point of justice is that none should do any mischief to another |
unless he has first been attacked by the other's wrongdoing. The second is that a
man ... 312) 'The foundation of justice is good faith.' (Roman. Cicero, De Off. i.vii)
|The moral is that good faith and justice should be observed even in war; and that |
there can be no honor in a war where faith ... The foundation, then, of justice is
faith, for the hearts of the just are preoccupied with faith; and the person who
|'Justice is the settled and permanent intention of rendering to each man his rights|
. ... The Law of Good Faith and Veracity 'A sacrifice is obliterated by a lie and the
merit of alms by an act of fraud. ... 312) 'The foundation of justice is good faith.
|Be Just and Fear Not. Why Should There Not Be a Perfect Confidence in the |
Ultimate Justice of the People! And Where the Law Ends There Tyranny Begins.
On the walls of the north entrance, one reads: Good Faith Is the Foundation of
|The language of this section is so broad that the extent of the coroner's authority |
is left almost wholly to his discretion and good faith; and any criticism of his
having assumed jurisdiction unnecessarily could be met with the general rule
that a ...