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Indeed, Job, convinced of his irreproachability in the midst of the many misfortunes befalling him, reclaims a theodicy from God; he challenges Yahweh to show him his justice
Of course, no politician would dare to complain--though some of us might think many politicians have a perfect right to complain--about the offensive treatment meted out to a politician by the media, so it must be like a balm to the soul when those who have been abused themselves find a form of media offensiveness they can censure with perfect confidence in their own moral irreproachability.
This was particularly so in the past in a culture which inculcated the value of the irreproachability of authority.
He added that the proposal puts the irreproachability of Pancyprian exams at risk.
In puzzling over the irreproachability of Charlotte Bronte's feminist credentials and Austen's dubious standing, Brown observes "how much colder to male authority Austen is than Bronte, how much less attracted to it, how disinclined to sentimentalize and make excuses for it.