Relation between Law and Morality or Ethics. Law is an enactment made by the state. It is backed by physical coercion. Its breach is punishable by the courts. It represents the will of the state and realizes its purpose.
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There is also a relation of inverse variation between extension connections of terms. From the point of extension a higher class (genus) includes a lower (species). But from the point of view of connotation the lower class (species) includes to connotation of the higher class (genus).
Connotation and denotation are closely interrelated. The following points should be noted with regard to their relation.
After independence India adopted the federal structure for, perhaps, administrative convenience. The state did not impose compulsions. That is why limited autonomy has been given to the states.
Brief details on the relation of Teachers with Students, Parents and Superiors. The teacher must the child; he should sympathies with his fundamental needs and take genuine interest in him.
A citizen cannot enjoy rights in isolation because the rights of some are the duties of others. Therefore, the rights and duties are correlated. Aristotle the father of political science writers " A good citizen makes a good state" and Gandhiji opines that "If we all discharge our duties, rights will not be far to seek".
The relationship between law and liberty is very much controversial in nature and unanimous of opinion is never reached on this vital question.
Rights may be (i) Personal or proprietary; (ii) in personam or in rem.Personal rights are rights which pertain to the realm of status which indicates the position of person in the eye of law in the society. Guardianship and matrimonial rights fall in this category.
One of the greatest diagnostic features of geomorphology is the character of river cross profiles. The cross-profile of the Himalayan Rivers is marked by gigantic gorges especially in the higher Himalayas.
Before the machine age, every article had to be made by hand. The craftsmen could make only one thing at a time. They could not make exactly similar articles. Moreover this took a long time. The total production was small.