Law and AUthority Qs

Law and AUthority Qs - Nathaniel Hilbert Legal Studies...

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Nathaniel Hilbert Legal Studies Hilbink Reading Questions for Feb. 9 1. Law and Authority ,” by Peter Kropotkin tells us that regulation throughout life leads to submission. Obedience to law: religion This lawfulness hasn’t rubbed off on the author “Later when we enter upon public life, society and literature, impressing us day by day and hour by hour as the water-drop hollows the stone” “Thus our intelligence is successfully befogged, and always to maintain our respect for law” ‘abuses’ are inevitable consequences of law Bottom of 160, Kropotkin’s opinion of judges Peasants: lawless, and their okay with it (communist) Human nature, and social being cause natural law Tendencies of human nature, including the desire to impose one’s will on others create a need for written law “Profiting by the indolence, the fears, the inertia of the crowd, and thanks to the continual repetition of the same acts, they have permanently established customs which have become a solid basis for their own domination…”
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