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D]ealing with the distinction between acts jure imperii and acts jure gestionis, these terms, which are really only the functional equivalent of sovereign acts and commercial acts, in themselves are not free from difficulty.
Clarke's studies of particular sectors are better than his theoretical structure, but they are not free from difficulty.
One of the est ways to disarm it is to show that while there are very difficult cases where the application of principles, evidence, and argument is inconclusive, there are also cases where ethical reasoning and analysis converge on a single solution, as well as cases where we can sometimes distinguish more justifiable from less justifiable positions, even though the better positions are not entirely free from difficulty and the worse are not entirely wrong-headed.