When a pianist, in the course of his performance of a concerto, focuses his attention away from the musical composition itself to the specific movements of his fingers on the keyboard, he will lose control of his subsidiarily
In today's democratic culture that recognizes the principle of subsidiarily for the whole secular world (including the papacy), this system constitutes a serious case of historical alienation.
It would suffice -- and be universally useful -- if the entire church and in particular the pope realistically recognized the principle of subsidiarily.
Catholic social teaching sees the principle of subsidiarily
as applicable to the different forms of social organization.
14) Pursuant to Swiss law, subsidiarily
applied by FIFA and CAS in case of a loophole in the Regulations, save for disputes where the parties have explicitly agreed upon the application of another national law in advance, "[f ]or valid reasons, .
In the case at hand, such specific rules are provided by the FIFA Statutes, which expressly prescribe that the rules and regulations of FIFA apply primarily and Swiss law subsidiarily