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0365 pc300 Classic pc203 Is Law a Standard or a Whim

The arrow; a measuring device, a symbol of property, a standard of law, and a tool of justice. Continue reading

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0267 pc203 Is Law a Standard or Is Law a Whim?

The arrow; a measuring device, a symbol of property, a standard of law, and a tool of justice. Continue reading

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0178 pc115 Is Law Fixed or Arbitrary?

Is law fixed or arbitrary? Can arbitrary law be moral? Can the State provide a moral law based society? Continue reading

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