Amicus Merit Brief on Same Sex Marriage to the Supreme Court of the United States

25 Pages Posted: 27 Apr 2013  

George Jaet

Independent

Date Written: April 25, 2013

Abstract

A record of eYe-knoM-Monk-eYe political forum postings is documented; where by, the following is a recount of a literary discourse.

As asserted, it was established that government action beyond a deontology of libertarian ethos is authoritarian, which is subtle and necessary!

The only way to standardize the understanding of negative and positive wrights is to assure that they are defined with respect to government, else one could seek to define a positive wright to establish a negative liberty in the private sector is a negative wright from government; indeed, positive action of government is authoritarian and the antithesis of a libertarian definition!

The following classifications are presented to enrich an understanding for ethical legislation and its association through acts of public policy with interactions between government and between citizens: 1) LNG - negative wright - Libertarian action of government to establish a Negative liberty from Government; 2) ANP - positive wright - Authoritarian action of government to establish a Negative liberty from a Private entity; 3) APG - positive wright - Authoritarian action of government to establish a Positive liberty through a Government endowment; 4) APP - positive wright - Authoritarian action of government to establish a Positive liberty through a Private endowment.

Within the body of work, LNG, ANP, APG and APP classifications are applied to a list of perceived civil wrights for civil unions, or domestic partnerships or marriages.

The paper is titled as an "Amicus Merit Brief on Same Sex Marriage to the Supreme Court of the United States" because this author seeks to articulate a novel perspective for a foundation in ethical analysis, for civil courts rulings and for public awareness, with regards to styles of civil contract.

Suggested Citation

Jaet, George, Amicus Merit Brief on Same Sex Marriage to the Supreme Court of the United States (April 25, 2013). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2256720 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2256720

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