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The Fall Of The Priests And The Rise Of The Lawyers

Author : Philip Wood
ISBN : 9781509905553
Genre : Law
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This fast-paced, inspiring and original work proposes that, if religions fade, then secular law provides a much more comprehensive moral regime to govern our lives. Backed by potent and haunting images, it argues that the rule of law is the one universal framework that everyone believes in and that the law is now the most important ideology we have for our survival. The author explores the decline of religions and the huge growth of law and makes predictions for the future of law and lawyers. The book maintains that even though societies may decide they can do without religions, they cannot do without law. The book helpfully summarises both the teachings of all the main religions and the central tenets of the law – governing everything from human relationships to money, banks and corporations. It shows that, without these legal constructs, some of them arcane, our societies would grind to a halt. These innovative summaries make complex ideas seem simple and provide the keys to understanding both the law and religion globally. The book will appeal to both lawyers and the general reader. The book concludes with the author's personal code for a modern way of living to promote the survival of humankind into the future. Vividly written by one of the most important lawyers of our generation, this magisterial and exciting work offers a powerful vision of the role of law in centuries to come and its impact on how we stay alive.

Rise And Rise Of Imbecile Lawyers

Author : Yinka Bamgbelu
ISBN : 9781631353444
Genre : Law
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“The one great principle of English law is to make business for itself.” – Charles Dickens The legal trade is a very broad church (too broad) that admits geniuses and intellectual peasants alike. Parts of the legal trade seem to be illogical and a baseless (unscientific) SCAM! The bottom lawyers have sunk below the lowest basement level – just below the deepest sewers – while the top lawyers seem to have descended to the bottom from whence the previous bottom lawyers vacated. There is change, but there is no relative change, since top lawyers seem oblivious to the notion of relativity. Although the brightest students in law school did a lot of math and physics, they delude themselves that it is their birthright to be top lawyers, when in fact, they are in a state of flux based entirely on the notion of relativity. They are simply the new bottom lawyers. Almighty God is a lawyer (judge), but He is a scientist first, because He had to create those that He will judge. “In my school, the brightest boys did math and physics, the less bright did physics and chemistry, and the least bright did biology. I wanted to do math and physics, but my father made me do chemistry because he thought there would be no jobs for mathematicians.” – Dr Stephen Hawking Dr Hawking implies that as lawyers (not all) are less likely to have done a lot of logical reasoning enhancing mathematics and physics at school, they are likelier to be imbeciles.

The Rise And Fall Of The High Commission

Author : Roland G. Usher
ISBN : 9781584777335
Genre : History
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Author : R. Blain Andrus
ISBN : 1604425989
Genre : Law
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This hysterical, scholarly look at the history of lawyers is a roller coaster ride through history, viewed from a lawyer's perspective. This book will provide you with a good sense of the primal ooze that gave rise to the first lawyer and the religious, cultural, philosophical, economic, and political forces that have preserved lawyers from extinction—at least so far.

The Fall And Rise Of Freedom Of Contract

Author : F. H. Buckley
ISBN : 0822323338
Genre : Law
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DIVOriginal essays by prominent legal scholars on the recent intellectual revival of freedom of contract and the value of free bargaining; the essays will be gleaned from a series of conferences organized around areas where bargaining rights might be expande/div


Author : Stan Goff
ISBN : 9781630878535
Genre : Religion
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What if the sanctification of war and contempt for women are both grounded in a fear that breeds hostility, and a hostility that rationalizes conquest? The anti-Gospel Christian history of war-loving and women-hating are not merely similar but two aspects of the same dynamic, argues Stan Goff, in an "autobiography" that spans millennia. Borderline is the historical and conceptual autobiography of a former career army veteran transformed by Jesus into a passionate advocate for nonviolence, written by a man who narrates his conversion to Christianity through feminism.

Foundation And Rise Of Many Of The Practices Customs And Formallities Of The Priests Lawyers And People Of England Examined And Found To Be From The Pope And His Authority

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ISBN : OCLC:760796189
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The History Of The Rise Increase And Progress Of The Christian People Called Quakers Written Originally In Low Dutch By W Sewel And By Himself Translated Into English Now Revis D Etc

Author : Willem SEWEL
ISBN : BL:A0018938420
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The Rise And Fall Of The Greek Colonels

Author : Christopher Montague Woodhouse
ISBN : UVA:X000929256
Genre : Greece
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The New High Priests

Author : Gerard W. Gawalt
ISBN : UOM:39015010762691
Genre : Law
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Gerard W. Gawalt has collected essays that explore the critical period in the development of the legal profession from 1865 to 1900, when law replaced religion as the controlling element in American society and lawyers clearly established themselves as the formulators, advocates, and arbiters of the law. The authors of these essays explore the extent of the legal profession's involvement in the growth of industrial America, focusing on the state of the profession in various geographic regions and on the profession's institutions and plans for education, regulation, reform, and practice in the period after the Civil War. They address the central question of how the nature and structure of the legal profession was molded by the growth of urban-industrial society and argue that the profession not only adapted, but pioneered and adopted many of the aspects of the new industrialism.

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