Supplicancy

Sup´pli`can`cy


n.1.Supplication.
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183) However, if supplicancy is what Cairns perceives as "the middle ground," (184) then Canada's constitutional morality must be truly impoverished.
251) Unfortunately, the overall pattern of his work is one that resists genuine pluralism because Cairns is preoccupied with stability and conventional institutions; he prioritizes "oneness," and he mistakes supplicancy for solidarity.