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5b###patient's body part affects the pane by supervention process
Eliot famously proposed: 'The existing order is complete before the new work arrives; for order to persist after the supervention of novelty, the whole existing order must be, if ever so slightly, altered; and so the relations, proportions, values of each work of art toward the whole are readjusted.
Courts seem, then, to believe that the best is the enemy of the good and that any governmental supervention of medical standards should come from other agencies of the state.
Goldstein wrote that there can be state supervention of parental autonomy in health care matters only if three conditions are met: (a) the medical profession is in agreement about the treatment, (b) the expected outcome of the treatment is what society agrees to be right for any child, one which would give a chance for a normal healthy life or a life worth living, and (c) the expected outcome of denial of that treatment would mean death for the child (Goldstein, 1982, p.
It would seem to us more correct to say that freedom of choice is simply insufficient without prior deliberation concerning the validity of the choice to be made, that is, without the supervention of deliberation.
That is not to say that the Torah was revealed by God to Ezra, in effective supervention of the traditional revelation to Moses on Mount Sinai.