soil-rapt polarist [(nonce) provincialist
The fragmentation of the nominating authority suggests less likelihood that the Court could be deliberately structured in a calculated way over time, but the mode is still predominance rather than partnership, when what is needed is a court whose inherent design is neither provincialist
nor centralist but federal.
It is high modernist in design, nationalist if not provincialist
in its outlook, sexist in its particular omissions, and ethnocentric in the formalist circumspection of its discourse.
There probably will be a provincialist
backlash against these international groups telling us how to manage our forests.
Therefore, to impose a federalist or provincialist
view of the world on their reality is awfully mistaken, maybe even suicidally so.