In Marco Mincoff, Things Supernatural and Causeless
: Shakespearean Romance.
Every wanton, or causeless
, or unnecessary act of authority, exerted, or authorized, or encouraged by the legislature over the citizens, is wrong, and unjustifiable, and tyrannical: for every citizen is, of right, entitled to liberty, personal as well as mental, in the highest possible degree, which can consist with the safety and welfare of the state.
People with a hereditary predisposition, those who began to suddenly feel a causeless
fatigue, rapid weight gain (or its deficit) and depression.
that expressed in Christopher Kutz, Causeless
Complicity, 1 CRIM.
Essentially sharing Sacks's distress, Buber asserted that "only an internal revolution can have the power to heal our people of their sickness of causeless
The market trip leading to his employment with Mailer is represented as a causeless
whim rather than a legitimate need for groceries, a propitious intuition rather than mundane event.
As Elsie learns, the Civil War, "which had seemed to her a wicked, cruel, and causeless
rebellion, was the one inevitable thing in our growth from a loose group of sovereign states to a United Nation" (149).
When the farmer ceases to participate, the custom loses its meaning, and Bloomfield laments the social changes that have threatened the laborers' interests, leaving hierarchy in place while undermining the farmer's paternalism: Such were the days,--of days long past I sing, When Pride gave place to mirth without a sting; Ere tyrant customs strength sufficient bore To violate the feelings of the poor; To leave them distanc'd in the mad'ning race, Where'er refinement shows its hated face: Nor causeless
hated;--'tis the peasant's curse, That hourly makes his wretched station worse; Destroys life's intercourse; the social plan That rank to rank cements, as man to man.
Derrida's argument would be that to locate the effect of grace in texts would not necessarily invoke a causeless
Envy and causeless
hatred do characterize the human race, just as cooperation and harmony do.
Whatever comes your way, this causeless
joy will hold."
In this paper Hye-Kyung Kim argues for a novel, deflationary interpretation of that chapter: Aristotle's main concern is to argue for the causeless
unity of the definitions of form and of composite substance.