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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
|"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 ...
|Joseph Story “The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.” — |
Oliver Wendell Holmes,Jr. “Reason is the life of law; nay, the common law itself is
nothing else but reason.” — Sir Edward Coke “Law is reason free from passion.
|As Aristotle noted in Politics, “The law is reason unaffected by desire” (often |
rendered as “The law is reason free from passion”). While humans are never truly
free from passion, the vulnerability to deception is most certainly increased when
|Larry L. Burriss Middle Tennessee State University, USA ABSTRACT What in the |
world is a chapter on law doing in a book on ... INTRODUCTION Some 2,300
years ago the philosopher Aristotle said, “The law is reason free from passion.
|Larry L. Burriss Middle Tennessee State University, USA AbstrAct What in the |
world is a chapter on law doing in a book on psychology, ... IntroductIon Some
2,300 years ago the philosopher Aristotle said, “The 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
|I've never been a big cat-lover and I'm not prone to breaking the law, but there's |
something about helplessly watching and waiting for the suffering to stop, that
brings out the ... Aristotle once said: "The Law is Reason, free from Passion".
|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 ...
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