unchangeableness


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It would be to stamp upon our jurisprudence the unchangeableness attributed to the laws of the Medes and Persians.
potentiality but in the eternal unchangeableness of actual
516, 528-29 (1884) (expressing fear that establishing a fixed definition of due process "stamp[s] upon our jurisprudence the unchangeableness attributed to the laws of the Medes and Persians").
The unchangeableness of Truth, however, is more profound than, say, those human standards which do not change by convention.
But with nations becoming more and more complicated and mobile, his assertions about forms of "national genius", the unchangeableness of the nation and the like are now being challenged.
Or, to say it in Cavarero's words, instead of the fugitive and discontinuous time of actions, Lou's stay in a 'border area' (such as Pennarth can be considered) offers her the unchangeableness and the duration of narration (CAVARERO, 2005, p.
35) Natural law is distinguished from positive law by this necessity, unchangeableness, and independence of human will.
To hold that such a characteristic is essential to due process of law," Matthews wrote, "would be to stamp upon our jurisprudence the unchangeableness attributed to the laws of the Medes and Persians.