A Unified Theory of a Law by John Bosco

By John Bosco

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When a Lawmaker is indifferent to conduct, harboring neither like nor dislike, no desire with regard to the polarity of conduct arises. These are the opinions that a Lawmaker forms about conduct flowing from a Source to a Recipient through circumstances. Like results in a desire for affirmative conduct. Dislike results in a desire for negative conduct. With indifference, however, neither a desire for affirmative conduct nor a desire for negative conduct arises. Because indifference is about both affirmative conduct and negative conduct, we can sever it in twain and treat it as two separate opinions instead of one opinion.

Deregulation occurs when a Lawmaker delegates the decision to a Source. DEREGULATION Deregulation is one of the three permutations of a law. The other two are Affirmative Regulation and Negative Regulation. A Lawmaker applies one of the three permutations of a law to any single instance of conduct flowing from Source to Recipient through circumstances. In Deregulation a Lawmaker lacks a desire for affirmative conduct and lacks a desire for negative conduct. The vehicles that convey Deregulation are a permission, privilege (no-duty) and no-right.

An Application of the Theory: Evidence Part 121. An Application of the Theory: Evidence Part 222. The Technology that Makes Legal Understanding Instantaneous and TransportableA. 106> This selection and arrangement of content as a collection is copyrighted by John Bosco. 0/ Collection structure revised: 2011/03/25 For copyright and attribution information for the modules contained in this collection, see the "Attributions" section at the end of the collection. ŠOpening Statement* An invasion of armies can be resisted, but not an idea whose time has come.

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