[BLML] Reese Shapiro on BBC Radio 4. [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Robert Frick rfrick at rfrick.info
Tue Apr 8 12:11:52 CEST 2014

On Sun, 06 Apr 2014 18:56:40 -0400, Richard James HILLS  
<richard.hills at immi.gov.au> wrote:

>Doctor Johnson’s Dictionary (1755), definition of “network”:
>“Any thing reticulated or decussated, at equal distances, with
> interstices between the intersections.”
>Thanks Herman,
>Listening to bridge on radio takes me back to Test Cricket
> and even Davis Cup on the steam wireless. Of course, in
> Australia we have had many recent instances of prominent
> business identities, and even parliamentarians demonstrably
> lying under oath, so my naïve director’s faith in believing
> players’ self serving evidence is becoming rather bruised.
>Tony (Sydney)
>Thanks Tony,
>Your postings restore my naïve faith in blml, which was
> become rather bruised after reading presumptuous
> criticism of Edgar Kaplan by a Law-breaking philosopher:


Also, it is interesting that Kaplan makes no mention of his 1973  
distinction between subsequent damage and consequent damage. Clearly we  
have subsequent damage. But I think no consequent damage.

>> Kaplan is using the most primitive method of determining
>> damage. There is a more sophisticated method that
>> applies to this case. Using the more sophisticated method,
>> there was no damage.
>> No there was no damage, no need to rectify, and this
>> ruling was wrong and makes the laws look bad.
>> I am not saying that the laws require making the decision
>> that occurred. The problem is that the laws contain only
>> the most primitive definition of damage.
>Richard (Canberra)
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