By Pierre Legrand, Roderick Munday
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As with a firework, he lit the blue touch-paper enabling conversation to sparkle, occasionally incandesce. Curiously, before the Conference opened, although – reminiscent of Wittgenstein’s image of the strands of the rope attaching the ship to the wharf 57 – all participants were personally acquainted with a number of the other contributors, no 55 56 57 Stephen Minta, Gabriel Garc´ıa M´arquez: Writer of Colombia (London: Jonathan Cape, 1987), p. 69. Ibid. For another English rendition of this passage, see Gabriel Garc´ıa M´arquez, No One Writes to the Colonel, in Collected Novellas (New York: HarperCollins, 1990), p.
He may see only the contribution that the action makes to his life and think it is all that matters or he may exaggerate the extent to which it contributes. 46 Ethics, supra, note 3, VI, v; Summa, supra, note 3, II–II, q. 47, a. 2. the universalist heritage 43 It is also possible, for Aristotle and Aquinas, that after all the good and bad consequences are taken into account, neither choice is superior and yet the choice is important. Suppose, for example, someone is asking himself whom to marry or whether to have a career in law or in medicine.
Soc. of Scotland 140, p. R. 603. This is by virtue of the Judicial Committee (Powers in Devolution Cases) Order 1999, art. 4(1)(a). Although not strictly speaking a court, in fact the Judicial Committee has for long been recognized to be just that. For example, see British Coal Corp. v. C. ), pp. 510–11: ‘It is clear that the Committee is [. ] a judicial body or Court, though all it can do is to report or recommend to His Majesty in Council’ (Viscount Sankey L. ). See also Ibralebbe v. C. ), p.
Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions by Pierre Legrand, Roderick Munday