judgment as a three-term jural
relation, a right can impose a
Families of polity are also jural
publics, as described by Burke (2010:64), in which are vested obligations and responsibilities, much like the estate groups from which they have evolved.
The parties, in short, sought to litigate their jural
relationship, which was contested, rather than to alter those relations through an investitive act.
a concept with a jural
meaning implicates the debate over the usefulness
various commonwealths that exist in the world are in the same jural
(71) See: BANAKAR Reza, Integrating Reciprocal Perspectives: On Georges Gurvitch's Theory of Immediate Jural
Experience, in: 16(1) Canadian Journal of Law and Society (2001), 67-91.
He thought that "neither effort nor expense constitutes the matter of the right to occupancy, but 'the effort involved in its use.'" As Hoevel explains, "labor required to attain 'jural
occupancy' evidently implies not only physical or material force but an intellectual and moral act" (111).
into some greater whole as jural
composites--for instance, the fee
(1) (2) (3) (4) JURAL
Right Privilege Power Immunity OPPOSITES No Right Duty Disability Liability (1) (2) (3) (4) JURAL
Right Privilege Power Immunity CORRELATIVES Duty No Right Liability Disability 1965 SELMA TO MONTGOMERY CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH
This takes us out of the realm of jural
relations and into the realm of political and constitutional theory.
If such matrifilial "pulls" were normally counterbalanced by the jural
authority of the patrilineage, rare cases of women bearing the children of two lineage brothers had a subversive rechanneling effect, in that such offspring as a sibling group shared all of their mother's blood but only half of their father's blood in common.
From one perspective, their claims have failed to achieve the entitlement and recognition grounded in these governmental regimes in-so-far as recognition through jural
means has been partial at best (Povinelli 2002; Scambary 2007).