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The evaluation of the permutations of a law for their virtues and vices is where energy ought to be expended. A Unified Theory of a Law makes the issue clear. Only our hearts and souls can provide the answers to the hard questions. 7-12) The imagination of legal scholars over the centuries has bodied forth, to paraphrase Shakespeare, the forms of legal things unknown. In A Unified Theory of a Law, they are given a local habitation and a name. A Unified Theory of a Law does not present them to you randomly floating independently in a hodgepodge of disorganized ideas.
When a guileless boy, upon seeing the king dressed in the imaginary set of clothes, exclaimed, 舠But he hasn't got anything on", the bubble of belief was burst and the illusion shattered. Andersen舗s story is an allegory for lawyers. Too many of the laws that govern us are naked of meaning. Yet, we have convinced ourselves otherwise. A Unified Theory of a Law opens your eyes like the guileless boy in Anderson's story so you won't fool yourself into thinking that the meaningless is meaningful. ŠGlossary of a Unified Theory of a Law* ACME The acme of the Triangle of a Law is the perch from which a Lawmaker despises conduct flowing from a Source to a Recipient through circumstances at the base below.
The Lawmaker lets the conduct alone. A no-duty to do affirmative or negative conduct. This vehicle conveys the opinion that a Lawmaker lacks a desire for a Source to do affirmative conduct and lacks a desire for a Source to do negative conduct. The "hands off" Lawmaker does not grab either polarity of conduct and does not push it from a Source to a Recipient. The Lawmaker lets the conduct alone. A no-right to receive affirmative or negative conduct. This vehicle conveys the opinion that a Lawmaker lacks a desire for a Recipient to receive either polarity of conduct.