Copyright laws in most countries are in a constant state of change.
The law which enacted it was, like all other laws relating to the coin, introduced and carried through the assembly of the people by a tribune, and was probably a very popular law.
And this because law as a science painfully sought justification in deduction from long obsolete norms and in the explanation of texts.
The critic of Christianity cannot evade the necessity of making Christianity contemptible.--A book of laws such as the Code of Manu has the same origin as every other good law-book: it epitomizes the experience, the sagacity and the ethical experimentation of long centuries; it brings things to a conclusion; it no longer creates.
So it would be were it not for the law of inertia, as immutable aforce in men and nations as in inanimate bodies.
In March, 1935 I had the Self-Realization Fellowship chartered under the laws of the State of California as a non-profit corporation.
19:119:142 Thy righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, and thy law is the truth.
19:119:174 I have longed for thy salvation, O LORD; and thy law is my delight.
20:013:014 The law of the wise is a fountain of life, to depart from the snares of death.
48:003:024 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith.
The laws we are able at this time to state with much definiteness are few (doubling consonants, dropping silent e's, changing y's to i's, accenting the penultimate and antepenultimate syllables, lengthening and shortening vowels).
This single law is: IF A COMPLEX STIMULUS A HAS CAUSED A COMPLEX REACTION B IN AN ORGANISM, THE OCCURRENCE OF A PART OF A ON A FUTURE OCCASION TENDS TO CAUSE THE WHOLE REACTION B. This law would need to be supplemented by some account of the influence of frequency, and so on; but it seems to contain the essential characteristic of mnemic phenomena, without admixture of anything hypothetical.
In such a law as "A, B, C,... in the past, together with X now, cause Y now," we will call A, B, C,... the mnemic cause, X the occasion or stimulus, and Y the reaction.
The widest empirical laws of sequence known at any time can only be "explained" in the sense of being subsumed by later discoveries under wider laws; but these wider laws, until they in turn are subsumed, will remain brute facts, resting solely upon observation, not upon some supposed inherent rationality.
Those (or some of those) that differ from it only very slightly will be found to differ approximately according to certain laws which may be called, in a generalized sense, the laws of "perspective"; they include the ordinary laws of perspective as a special case.
Using this as a vehicle, the next subordinate association of angels would so act upon the ether as to develop from it, in suitable masses and at suitable distances, the various elements of matter, which, under the influence of such laws and forces as gravitation, heat, and electricity, would thenceforth begin to form those vast systems of nebulæ and suns which constitute our stellar universe.
Hence mutual respect, justice, and order, of which law becomes the written record and guarantee.
Laws and institutions are but its outgrowth.
His law is rectitude—action in right lines.
The epoch-making theoretical investigations of H. A. Lorentz on the electrodynamical and optical phenomena connected with moving bodies show that experience in this domain leads conclusively to a theory of electromagnetic phenomena, of which the law of the constancy of the velocity of light in vacuo is a necessary consequence.
Such laws are interferences of the state to prohibit a mischievous act--an act injurious to others, which ought to be a subject of reprobation, and social stigma, even when it is not deemed expedient to superadd legal punishment.
If law, then are we fellow-citizens.
But the law is every man's master.
“Now you are going to say something about law being the worst wilderness of the two, but I forestall you; remember, I have forestalled you.”
They were called criminals, and the outraged law, like the bursting shells, had come to them, an insoluble mystery from over the sea.
I had informed him, that someof our crew left their country on account of being ruined by law;that I had already explained the meaning of the word; but he was ata loss how it should come to pass, that the law, which was intendedfor every man’s preservation, should be any man’s ruin.
If a man changes his name and so forth, and takes steps to deceive the world and his own wife, he's a cheat, and that in the eye of the law is ayless a rogue, and that is ayless a lammocken vagabond; and that's a punishable situation."
The labor force also increased as a result of the "liberation" of women, in which the marriage law of April 1950 was the first step.
It is obvious, however, that Han law was not a creation of the Han Chinese alone and that some type of code must have existed before Han, even if such a code was not written by the man Li K'ui.
Both laws were evident violations of natural liberty, and therefore unjust; and they were both, too, as impolitic as they were unjust.
The law, however, which obliged the farmer to exercise the trade of a corn merchant was by far the most pernicious of the two.
Which law and which element shall prevail is all a question of degree.
India's unwritten law for the truth seeker is patience; a master may purposely make a test of one's eagerness to meet him.
For such law as a man gives another wight, He should himselfe usen it by right.
The causal law is indubitably the ideal and only instructive instrument in the task of writing convincing history, and it is likewise without question that the same method is specifically required in the presentation of evidence.
Laws were things of lords and gods, not the lowly.
Who was he that did not know that knights-errant are independent of all jurisdictions, that their law is their sword, their charter their prowess, and their edicts their will?
To administer the laws is the province of a court of justice; to execute the laws is the province of a sheriff, marshal, constable, or other executive officer; to administer the law is to declare or apply it; to execute the law is to put it in force; for this enforce is the more general word, execute the more specific.
In more strictly scientific use, a natural law is simply a recognized system of sequences or relations; as, Kepler's laws of planetary distances.
Is law ever a synonym for these words, and in what way?
---- law is often ---- injustice.
Criminal law, like all other disciplines, must ask under what conditions and when we are entitled to say “we know.”
He can afford it," said Rebecca and agreed in her husband's farther opinion "that the mother-in-law was a tremendous old Guy--and that the sisters were rather well-looking young women."
We want to assist the law like all Englishmen, and we donât want Scotland Yard to be making fools of themselves.
And the different forms of government make laws democratical, aristocratical, tyrannical, with a view to their several interests; and these laws, which are made by them for their own interests, are the justice which they deliver to their subjects, and him who transgresses them they punish as a breaker of the law, and unjust.
The law, I said, which is the sequel of this and of all that has preceded, is to the following effect,--'that the wives of our guardians are to be common, and their children are to be common, and no parent is to know his own child, nor any child his parent.'
His Republic, the first of all Utopian books, is a young man's dream of a city in which human life is arranged according to a novel and a better plan; his last unfinished work, the Laws, is a discussion of the regulation of another such Utopia.
Hence it behov’d, the law should be a curb; A sovereign hence behov’d, whose piercing view Might mark at least the fortress and main tower Of the true city.
20:007:002 Keep my commandments, and live; and my law as the apple of thine eye.