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" Concisely expressed, the meaning of the correlative expressions is this. He who will inflict an evil in case his desire be disregarded, utters a command by expressing or intimating his desire: He who is liable to the evil in case he disregard the desire,... "
The Province of Jurisprudence Determined - Page 7
by John Austin - 1832 - 391 pages
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The Province of Jurisprudence Determined: Being the First Part of ..., Volume 1

John Austin - Jurisprudence - 1861
...the meaning denoted by each being impli e d or supposed by the other. Or (changing the expression) wherever a duty lies, a command has been signified;...Concisely expressed, the meaning of the correlative expression is this. He who will inflict an evil in case his desire be disregarded, utters a command...
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Lectures on Jurisprudence: Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law, Volume 1

John Austin, Robert Campbell, Sarah Austin - Jurisprudence - 1869 - 1169 pages
...supposed by the and'a^"y other. Or (changing the expression) wherever a duty lies, a are . corre ' command has been signified; and whenever a command...expressions is this. He who will inflict an evil in case his tasire be disregarded, utters a command by expressing or intimating his desire: He who is liable to...
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Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law

John Austin, Robert Campbell - Jurisprudence - 1875 - 504 pages
...therefore, correlative terms : the meaning denoted by each being implied or supposed by the other. Wherever a duty lies, a command has been signified...whenever a command is signified, a duty is imposed. The evil which will probably be incurred in case a command be disobeyed or (to use an equivalent expression)...
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Lectures on jurisprudence: or, The philosophy of positive law, Volume 1

John Austin, Sarah Austin - Jurisprudence - 1885 - 1132 pages
...wherever a duty lies, a are con-ccommand has been signified ; and whenever a command is 'ativcsignified, a duty is imposed. Concisely expressed, the meaning...disregard the desire, is bound or obliged by the command. 90 LECT. I To the existence of a command, a duty, and a sanction, a violent motive to compliance is...
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The Austinian theory of law: being an edition of lectures I,V, and VI of ...

John Austin, William Jethro Brown - Jurisprudence - 1906 - 383 pages
...: tne meaning denoted by each being implied or supposed by the other. Or (changing the expression) wherever a duty lies, a command has been signified;...whenever a command is signified, a duty is imposed. The mean- 17. The evil which will probably be incurred in case a "JB e command be disobeyed or (to...
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Questions of moral theology

Thomas Slater - Christian ethics - 1915 - 426 pages
...signify, I am said to disobey your command, or to violate the duty which it imposes. the other. . . . Concisely expressed, the meaning of the correlative...the desire, is bound or obliged by the command. The evil which will probably be incurred in case a command be disobeyed or (to use an equivalent expression)...
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Readings in the Philosophy of Law

Keith Culver - Law - 1999 - 576 pages
...terms: the meaning denoted by each being implied or supposed by the other. Or (changing the expression) wherever a duty lies, a command has been signified;...the desire, is bound or obliged by the command. The evil which will probably be incurred in case a command be disobeyed or (to use an equivalent expression)...
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Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law, Volume 1

John Austin - Law - 2004 - 1132 pages
...: the meaning denoted by each being implied or supposed by the other. Or (changing the expression) wherever a duty lies, a command has been signified...intimating his desire : He who is liable to the evil in desire, is bound or obliged by the command. 89 case he disregard the LECT. I The meaning of the term...
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Moral Philosophy on the Threshold of Modernity

Jill Kraye, Risto Saarinen - Law - 2005 - 340 pages
...therefore, correlative terms: the meaning denoted by each being implied or supposed by the other. ... He who will inflict an evil in case his desire be...disregard the desire, is bound or obliged by the command.' if we do that, we have lost the idea of demandedness essential to obligation, which seems, as I have...
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