Actually, the critical one, since observations asseverate
When Jonson asseverates
that wise speaking needs restraint, his language simultaneously concedes predilection to "wander" beyond the known and legitimate, informing even the "wise" tongue; it registers a potential for innovatory or transgressive speaking, admits that lying within--not, typically for the early modern period, the female, but--the male body, is a heterogeneity that necessitates "a Wall or Parapet of teeth," to "restraine" "licentiousness," "petulancy," "rashness.
64) Volokh asseverates
that "the justification clause may aid construction of the operative clause but may not trump the meaning of the operative clause: To the extent the operative clause is ambiguous, the justification clause may inform our interpretation of it, but the justification clause can't take away what the operative clause provides.
But Storr's elision of Krauss and Bois is hardly surprising, given his own avowed hostility to "theory," not to mention "formalism," which he asseverates
on page after page of the catalogue.
As an example of this kind, Dershowitz asseverates
that 'it was right for the entire German people to suffer for what their elected leader had unleashed on the world.