overruler

overruler

(ˌəʊvəˈruːlə)
n
(Law) someone who overrules another
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it was found that the astronomer looking to the stars might fall into a ditch, that the inquiring philosopher might be blind in himself, and the mathematician might draw a straight line with a crooked heart, then lo, did proof, the overruler of opinions, make manifest that all these are but serving sciences" and he concludes that "the ending end of all earthly learning being virtuous action, those skills, that most serve to bring forth that, have a most just title to be princes over all the rest" (104).
as a "prophet" for the dissent in Roe, in the wake of Feingold's overruler of Register, seventeen years too late).