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Legal discussions of licit and illicit sex seemingly raise the specter of marriage even when the parties to the particular case do not.
There is no place in it for private collectors or an active art trade and no scope for a licit market.
Without that larger philosophy of being, and institutions invested with the authority to interpret and organize the social implications of that philosophy, we cannot come to public agreement on the meaning of words like moral obligation, moral right, and moral wrong, licit and illicit.
In availing themselves of the multivalent power of women's bodies, the community needed to ensure as far as possible the existence of controlled conditions which made clear the distinction between the licit and the illicit - women in public versus public women.
In the case of an intrinsically unjust law, such as a law permitting abortion or euthanasia, it is never licit to obey it, or to take part in a propaganda campaign in favor of such a law, or vote for it.
No belief imputations are licit, and so he cannot be accused of representing himself as affirming that which he in fact knows to be false.
An editorial accompanying the research report notes that controlling the illicit use of licit drugs is an important goal for both public health and law enforcement professionals.
The result of a year-long study by a panel of governmental experts, the report calls on member states to crack down on illicit arms trafficking within their territory and to cooperate at the regional and international level in regulating the licit trade in weapons.
The core question is whether (or when) the purposeful termination of human life is morally licit.
Drug abuse, both illicit and licit, is an ongoing serious national problem.
1] Use of Licit and Illicit Drugs by America's High School Students, 1975-1984: DHHS Pub.
Kerouac recreates the conversations and licit and illicit - adventures of Sal Paradise and his cronies, Carlo Marx (based on the poet Allen Ginsberg