Posted - 10 May 2020 : 17:43:30 Maybe the problem is focus on "The roman world" and "The common law"? Why not look to a "third position" and a "royal law"? Better yet, why not look to what fulfills law, and indeed perfects equity?
Isn't the best Roman / civil / common able to achieve is to set aside law to do negative equity out of necessity? What if one can prove a higher necessity? A spiritual emergency over a commercial one? Could one then make Rome a forgotten footnote in history by filling the earth with a new mountain that destroyed all worldly kingdoms (Dan 2)?
Isn't time for a True Third Position that makes all of men's bankrupt traditions of church-state-money obsolete and irrelevant as the game of monopoly is to real life?