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|Aristotle proposed a national state based on law, a departure from his teacher's |
perfect and second best classification of ... Accordingly Aristotle defined law as "
reason free from passion" and where the rigidity of legal rules caused hardships
|contemporary law school and legal knowledge, predicated as both are on the or- |
ganizing principle of binary opposition (rights vs. duties, rules vs. norms, law vs.
... After all, “the law,” intones Stromwell, is “reason free from passion”68 (LB, ch.
|"Set yap t6v iAv viiwv apxeiv raprcap" (The law ought to be supreme over all). |
Aristotle ... Whereas the law is passionless, passion is destined always to rule the
heart of man). Aristotle ... Therefore the law is reason free from desire). Aristotle ...
|—JAMES C. CARTER “The Ideal and the Actual in the Law” AnnualAddress to |
the American Bar Association Aug. ... The idea that law is dispassionate is of long
standing, going back at least to Aristotle's claim that “law is reason, free from ...
|Legal jobs by their nature are not easy. ... It is through law that society seeks |
justice and the prevention of injustice. ... the young lawyer in the movie Legally
Blonde who blithely quoted Aristotle as saying “the law is reason, free from
|Consider the following quote from Aristotle: The law is reason,free from passion. |
Such sentiments provide a view that passion can blinker one's thinking and thus
the conclusions that are drawn may be less than helpful. We, however, feel that ...
|50 (1978) “The law is reason, free from passion.” —Aristotle Chapter Outline Q |
Sources of Laws Governing Crime Scene Investigations Q Constitution Q Case
Law Q Statutory Law Q Substantive Law Q Elements of a Crime Q Prima Facie ...
|Foremost among the stabilizing factors, more enduring than customs, manners |
and traditions, are the legal systems that regulate our life in the world and our
daily affairs with each other. - Arendt, Hannah The law is reason, free from
|... Doug Fields, Eddie James. Passion could be the key ingredient to abundant |
living. ... In her speech, she disagrees with the Greek philosopher Aristotle, who
said that the law is reason free from passion. Elle says that with no disrespect to ...
Lorna Foyle, Janis Hostad - 2010 - 395 pages
|Palliative care educators have a responsibility to integrate legal issues into □ |
education and training programmes in nurturing and developing personal and
professional attitudes to many challenging ... 'The law is reason, free from