May 10, 2012
In a paper at the symposium I noted in yesterday’s post, Richard Helmholtz described the application of natural law in a particular case in which the judges observed that “charity begins at home,” since “it is a natural impulse to do good to one’s own family.”
Because of the wonders of digital publishing and public libraries, I was able to borrow an ebook version of Winter’s Bone
from my local library. Continue Reading...