Index: Legal power

This page forms part of the alphabetical index to the patterns of power commentaries and blog posts.

   Main Sections

Chapter 5

Overview of legal powers, (5.1.3), (5.2.8)

Law citations in blog posts

   Aspects

a form of power, (2.7)

acceptability, (5.1.4), (5.4.3), (5.4.4), (9.2.4)

adaptation, (5.4)

appeals, (5.2.6.4)

coercive morality, (4.2.4.2), (5.1.4), (5.2.2), (5.4.4), (9.2.3)

Constitutions, (5.1.3), (5.2.2), (5.2.3), (5.2.8)

Contract law, (5.2.4), (5.3.4)

Courts, (5.2.2), (5.2.6), (5.3.2); also see Index-International law

enforcement: international, (5.3.4), (5.3.6.4), (9.5.4) and see Index-International-governance

enforcement: national, (2.8.5), (5.2.5), (5.2.7), (7.2.4), (7.2.6)

EU legal powers, (5.3.5.2), (5.3.7), (6.6.5.1)

flexibility, (5.2.2), (5.4.2)

Free speech, (5.4.5), and see Index-Free-speech

human rights law – international, (4.2.4.1), (5.3.6.2), (5.4.7.5) and see Index-International-governance

human rights law – national, (5.4.7) and see Index-human-rights

inclusivity, (5.4.3), (5.4.3.1), (5.4.4), (5.4.7.1), (9.3)

International law, (5.3.6) and see Index-International-governance

Judges and the judiciary, (5.2.3), (5.2.6)

judicial discretion, (5.2.2)

legal aid, (5.2.4)

legal systems, (5.2.1), (5.2.3), (5.2.6.1)

Legislation, (5.2.1), (5.4.1), (5.4.2), (5.4.4), (6.1.3)

negotiability, (5.2.1), (5.4.1.2), (5.4.3), (9.2.3)

Penal system, (5.2.7)

Police, (2.8.5), (5.2.5)

Presidential term limits, (6.3.4.3)

principles, (5.2.2)

protecting people, (2.1), (5.2.5), (5.2.7), (9.2.3), (9.7)

Religious law, (5.3.3) and see Index-Religion

scope of legal power, (5.1.3)

sentencing lawbreakers, (5.2.6), (5.2.6.3), (5.4.2)

Separation of powers, (5.2.8) and see entry in Index-S

subsidiarity, (2.8.5), (5.3), (5.3.2)

Torts (cases brought by an individual), (5.2.4), (5.4.5.4)