“Yeah, it’s as though the law nominally exists for us, but is held from us at the same time.”
There is something about this. It is my evoke-and-elide thesis again. Things exist yet do not, and this appears to be a characteristic of modern states. I do not understand it yet but much of what I have been reading alludes to it.
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Well, the law exists to protect property and the state, but is considered universal and just. Somehow, all of this yes-and-no fits together.