A Better Name for Us, Part 4

Glade Ross

Sometimes I like Latin.

In law, I found a strong principle could be very nicely short-hand referenced via a commonly-understood and cogent Latin phrase. And there was something more than just easily conveying the notion on which I wished to momentarily hang my argumentative hat. The mere fact of framing a principle via well-recognized Latin seems often to imbue it with an enhanced weightiness, a greater patina of worthiness.

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