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|Furthermore, Cicero states: "Injustice often arises also through chicanery, that is, |
through an over-subtle and even fraudulent construction of the law. This it is that
gave rise to the now familiar saw, 'More law, less justice [Summum ius summa ...
|The struggle for law, understood as 'just' law, is then a struggle against the (|
existing) law. It thus follows, as a third scenario, that the 'struggle for law',
understood as a struggle for justice, may be both for more (or more effective) law
and for less ...
|You can have all the rights in the world but without the means/wherewithal to |
enforce them there is no justice. The law is the mechanism ... These observations
seem to indicate that while we have more laws, we have less justice. This
|Introduction There is no groundbreaking news in the assessment that more law |
does not necessarily make for better law.1 Clichés, however, ... This notion can
be traced to Cicero's dictum 'The more law, the less justice' (De officiis I,10, 33).
|The first objective of the campaign was to recognize that crimes were not just |
violations of criminal laws but violations of ... obvious but even today most
systems of criminal justice are systems of law enforcement rather than protection,
|For Marcus Tullius Cicero quotes (Ancient Roman Lawyer, Writer, Scholar, Orator |
and Statesman, 106 BC-43 BC) “The more laws, the less justice.”24 But John
Locke (1690) wrote that “wherever law ends, tyranny begins”. Some proponents
|more law, the less justice«.77 Thisbelief was central to thefailure topass |
implementing legislation upon Australia«s ratification of the ICCPR.Mr Fraser has
sincerecanted thisbelief andsupports abillof rights for Australia, a viewpoint
|political equality (rule of law, equality before law, equal protection of law, etc.) ... |
The Marxists developed the idea of the socioeconomic justice in which there
were to be not only just laws, but also a ... Aristotle “The more laws, the less
|coming before them, not by fixed rules of law, but by the application of |
governmental discretion or policy.9 It is this last ... rule, or at most by rigid
deduction from narrowly fixed premises, and administration of justice according
to the more or less ...
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