objective necessity


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  • Necessity in English law — For the discussion on general principles and policy, see necessity In English law, the defence of necessity recognises that there may be situations of such overwhelming urgency that a person must be allowed to respond by breaking the law. There… …   Wikipedia

  • Necessity in Canadian law — For a general discussion of the necessity defense, see necessity defense. Canadian criminal law allows for a common law defence of necessity. The leading case for the defence is Perka v. The Queen [1984] 2 S.C.R. 232 in which Dickson J. described …   Wikipedia

  • Military necessity — Military necessity, along with distinction, and proportionality, are three important principles of international humanitarian law governing the legal use of force in an armed conflict. Contents 1 Attacks 2 Weapons 3 References …   Wikipedia

  • of necessity — adverb in such a manner as could not be otherwise (Freq. 1) it is necessarily so we must needs by objective • Syn: ↑inevitably, ↑necessarily, ↑needs • Derived from adjective: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Philosophy — • Detailed article on the history of the love of wisdom Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Philosophy     Philosophy     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • compulsion — com·pul·sion /kəm pəl shən/ n 1: an act of compelling (as by threat or intimidation); specif: coercion a payment exacted by lawless compulsion E. A. Farnsworth and W. F. Young 2: the state of being compelled; specif …   Law dictionary

  • Redemption — • The restoration of man from the bondage of sin to the liberty of the children of God through the satisfactions and merits of Christ Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Redemption     Redemption …   Catholic encyclopedia


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