A Unified Theory of a Law by John Bosco

By John Bosco

The bounds that outline a legislation were stumbled on, explored and mapped. A Unified conception of a legislation is the map. Take it with you in your trip throughout the felony international.

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Their current approach toward upgrading the 'black boxes' of their students is indirect, unscientific and a manifestation of wishful thinking. Judicial opinions, statutes and other laws are thrown at law students in the hope that the load placed on their black boxes will somehow and in someway cause them to magically upgrade themselves. It is a sink or swim method of pedagogy. Students are thrown off the pier into the maelstrom of laws in the hope that exigency teaches the students to swim. A few teach themselves to swim well; most teach themselves to swim poorly; many just sink to the bottom.

It is legal for a motorist to drive through a green traffic light not because a Lawmaker has permitted a motorist to do so but because a Lawmaker has required a motorist to do so. ŠMatter and Antimatter* Matter and Antimatter annihilates each other. So does a permission and a command. Although it is legal for a motorist to drive through a green light. It is legal because it is mandatory not because it is permissible. Why is it not both? Why can it not be said that a Lawmaker issues a permission allowing a motorist to drive through a green light and a command ordering a motorist to drive through a green light?

1 = When a Lawmaker dislikes conduct, a desire to turn off the flow of conduct arises. IT TAKES TWO OPINIONS TO MAKE ONE PERMUTATION OF A LAW The four opinions of a Lawmaker constitute the three permutations of a law. A permutation of a law arises from the opinions of a Lawmaker. Let me again inject a word of warning. A trap lurks in the path of a legal thinker who does not give the concept of polarity its due. A Lawmaker's opinion has two components: 1) affirmative conduct and 2) negative conduct.

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