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When phony, this irresolution is called deliberatio by Dupriez-"The pretense that one is weighing the arguments with respect to a decision which has already been taken" (123).
Indeed, when Ellacuria and Elizondo presented the province retreat, they modeled it on the communal discernment of the first companions of Ignatius (the Deliberatio Primorum Patrum of 1539) as to whether or not they should formalize their companionship by forming a social-historical institution.
concurring) (the Court's new harmless error standard "requires a habeas court to review the entire record de novo in determining whether the error influenced the jury',v deliberatio (emphasis added); id.