Is Determinism with regard to the Spheres of Law or Nature Consistent?
AbstractProbably the most important problem for lawyers is the relationship between cases that confront them and the rules of the legal order that they have to apply. Lawyers want to know whether a certain case falls under a certain rule or, more generally, to which set of cases a certain rule has to be applied. If they are able to answer this question, then those lawyers can tell you fairly precisely what the content of a certain rule is.
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