Conducible


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Con`du´ci`ble

    (kǒn`dū´sĭ`b'l)
a.1.Conducive; tending; contributing.
All his laws are in themselves conducible to the temporal interest of them that observe them.
- Bentley.
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Si decimos que el pueblo es conducible, irreflexivo, desprovisto de autoestima, tambien diriamos que el gobierno tiene falta de decision o que ha sido "tolerante hasta excesos criticables" y "no le tiembla la mano".
Ante el reconocimiento del papel de la moral en la sociedad y la critica sistemica a las teorias sociologicas que se proponen la moralizacion de la sociedad, Miranda sostiene: "Si lo social, en su emergencia perpetua, nunca puede ser, aunque sea minimamente, conducible, la moral social cristiana seria objeto de la misma critica que Luhmann achacaba a la teoria de Habermas: ser a lo mas una muy buena intencion, que no puede, sin embargo, lograr incidencia historica" (Miranda y Neut Aguayo 2011, 476).
Others again have shrunk up the Laws of Nature into a very narrow Compass and have made in (e) effect self preservation the only Cardinall Law of human Nature, and all these rules or consectaryes (f) , (3) that they have observed to be conducible to that Cardinal Law, or deducible from it, they conclude to be so many ramifications of that grand Naturall Law: (4) wherein their mistake hath happend by this meanes; That whereas, the Naturall Laws of mankind are of that excelent frame, that consequentially they produce the Good of every individuall, tho besides that to many other excellent Ends they have inprovidently singled out this one, as the only Governing Law of Nature which is no other, but one of those excellent Effects that this excellent Law produceth /fol.