June 1994 LSAT Section 3 Question 7
Melody on May 27, 2015Lines 52-55 state: "he describes a just law as a 'code that squares with the moral law' and an unjust law as a 'code that is out of harmony with the moral law.'"
Sangwook on May 29, 2015Thanks a lot!!!^^
jing jing on May 8, 2020So the word incipient means that King is not a true transcendentalist yet but a developing one. This would mean that quotation is merely giving an example of how King's ideas are similar to transcendalist's idea but cannot prove that King was affected by transcendentalist ?