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I particularly liked an early scene in which the incorruptibly self-interested steel magnate, Hank Reardon (Grant Bowler), bestows on his wife a bracelet he's made from "the first pour" of his experimental steel.
THE PHILOSOPHER SEEKS TO KNOW "THE ideas," such as the idea of beauty, "an incorruptibly independent form that attracts our intellectual desire and is the ground for everything that participates in it.
Romero, on the other hand, is confidently and incorruptibly bound to his marginal identity as a bullfighter who exists outside of the mainstream and regularly mediates the boundary between life and death; despite Montoya's fears, the time Romero spends with Brett does not change this.
Since all medieval law, at least as a juristic entity and not in specific detail, was deemed to originate from God, all justice was in theory--and should have been in practice--dispensed on behalf of God and as though by God, impartially and incorruptibly.