On the other hand, any commonsensible
man, looking at the matter unsentimentally, must have felt a certain intellectual satisfaction in seeing him hanged, if it were only in requital of his preposterous miscalculation of possibilities.
In a way, understanding the exact physical demands of every job in an organization seems so logical, so commonsensible
. Figuring them out, however, seems complicated and downright tedious.
Does any commonsensible
person really believe, however, that a rise in sea levels of (say) 50 centimetres over the course of the next 100 years would constitute any significant threat to mankind whatsoever?
However, this commonsensible
priority is sometimes slighted when other issues demand a school's attention.
California (1973) "provided clear incentives to litigate in state courts," Farole believes that this focus can illuminate how "legal incentives influence groups' litigation behavior and strategies." Yet, Farole's study merely confirms the commonsensible
notion that interest groups litigate in those courts in which they have the greatest likelihood of success.