108) Brian R Pfefferle, "The Indefensibility
of Post-Colonial Aboriginal Rights" (2007) 70:2 Sask L Rev 393 at 395.
In his writings on socialism, for instance, he speaks about the moral indefensibility
of private property vis-a-vis socialization of the means of production.
It's Merely Designed for Sexual Arousal': Interrogating the Indefensibility
of Lesbian Smut:' Bad Attitude/s on Trial.
The Commission concluded that any plan of partition which could be devised would face serious objections, of which the most important were the non-viability o f the proposed Arab State and the indefensibility
of the frontiers of the proposed Jewish State.
2) It demonstrates the indefensibility
of racist theories that assault multiculturalism and pluralism.
Like Dickens, Ruskin is driven to undertake this bifurcation into 'surface' and 'noble' versions of the concept by the tension between his recognition of the moral indefensibility
of the picturesque aesthetic and his deep attachment to the visual paradigm underpinning his artistic sensibility.
For Estonia, those who claim Baltic indefensibility
should examine the 1944 Estonian campaign.
But once again, we would see at once the absolute indefensibility
of this result if Fort Lauderdale had banned soliciting votes, rather than alms, in the beach area.
Johnson Hagood's book We Can Defend America (Doubleday, 1937), which detailed the then current indefensibility
of our island outposts.
If the individual cannot alter his behavior, then he cannot be held morally responsible, and hence, cannot be held criminally responsible; consequently the law fails for its moral indefensibility
His trenchant critique of the American reductionism inherent in the "denominational" understanding of the church and its ecumenical, ethical, and missiological indefensibility
is refreshing in the context of much hand-wringing about "post-denominational" Protestantism.
It speaks about contrition and plainly states the indefensibility
of the nuclear attack.