It increases returns and path dependence o

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It increases returns and path dependence o Individuals will continue to adapt their behavior to increasingly differentiated set of rules. 3a Calvin + Hobbs 3b NOT SURE BUT o If you get hit with the ball you have to sing o Unless you’re in the no song zone o No song zone is song zone if opposite poll is touched o When touching the pole it must be declared o You can declare it buy not declaring it. o NORMATIVE STRUCTURE MAY JUST BE THAT YOUC AN’T PLAY THE GAME THE SAME WAY TWICE. 3c No 3d This was would be explained by stone sweet as an implicit dyadic contract involving reciprocity and rules that both have agreed to and coming to a comprise without needing a TDR. 3e If a dyadic resolution could not be reached on the basis of the rules changing from one of them or both. He/She would have to come from and outside place where there are no beneficial factors involved and from a higher authority. 3f Calvin’s Mother and her most important qualification would be impartiality/neutrality and the fact that she can have authority over both the TDR needs to be consider neutral and higher than disputing parties. 3g
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No she would not qualify because she’s not impartial/neutral. Susie Derkins more than likely would side Hobbs and she’s not a higher power to defer too (no authority). 3h If you had a TRD the normative structure would soon become smaller with less freedom and giving the Triadic Dispute Resolver more power and would eventually all fall in spectrum and control of the Resolver. The TDR would make all the rules and have the ability to change them taking that away from the Dyad or players 4. Shapiro 4a Independent Judge, Pre-Existing Legal Norms, Adversary Proceedings in order to achieve and a dichotomous decision in which one of the parties was assigned the legal right and the other found wrong. 4b – HE GAVE THE ANSWERS ON THIS ONE I BELIEVE I JUST COPIED AND PASTED THESE o The triad and dispute resolution: The social logic of it is the same as Stone Sweet’s: dispute resolution through a neutral 3d party. So the first function is dispute resolution. The basic instability: as soon as it decides it loses neutrality To address this basic instability we need consent – to the rule, and to the decision-maker). In modern systems we substitute law and office for consent to the rules and the decision-maker, and use elaborate institutional arrangements and a discourse of judicial independence to preserve the notion of neutrality. Courts also use mediation and mediate solutions to address this instability and maintain consent o The second function is social control: Here the triad loses neutrality: judges are never independent of the state; they are there to impose the state’s rules and its legality (but note that we have some say in crafting the state’s rules and its legality) o The third function is lawmaking: One consequence of the uncertainty built into the law is that courts will in some sense always make law.
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