impermissibility


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im·per·mis·si·ble

 (ĭm′pər-mĭs′ə-bəl)
adj.
Not permitted; not permissible: impermissible behavior.

im′per·mis′si·bil′i·ty n.
im′per·mis′si·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.impermissibility - inadmissibility as a consequence of not being permitted
inadmissibility - unacceptability as a consequence of not being admissible
permissibility - admissibility as a consequence of being permitted
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It would mean that the impermissibility of such punishments was overdetermined, as they are ruled out by the demand to pursue our positive penal aims with proportionality or parsimony, in addition to the separate fact that they are impermissibly degrading.
(25) I argue elsewhere that impossibility to protect without admission is only one determinant of the duty to admit, while other determinants are impermissibility to protect without admission and the choice not to do so.
"Such a regional dialogue should be based on mutual respect as well as generally recognized principles and shared objectives, notably respect for sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of all states; inviolability of international boundaries; non-interference in internal affairs; peaceful settlement of disputes; impermissibility of threat or use of force; and the promotion of peace, stability, progress and prosperity in the region," he outlined the principles his country cherishes as requirements for constructive dialogue.
(40) Although no clear precedent existed when Cantwell was decided on the impermissibility of allowing the presence of angered or offended listeners or viewers to justify restrictions on a speaker, subsequent cases made clear what seems only implicit in Cantwell.
The inadequacy of the standard response, he argues, stems from the fact that the following are jointly inconsistent: (1) a commitment to leveling down's impermissibility; (2) standard pluralist egalitarian consequentialism; (3) inequality being of nontrivial importance; and (4) the most plausible measures of inequality's badness.
In 2016, the global Shariah standard-setting body AAOIFI along with the World Gold Council (WGC) launched the Shariah Standard on Gold thus giving much-needed guidance on the Shariah rules and basis for the permissibility or impermissibility of gold in Islamic finance.
(10) The charge is supposed to sound not just in political norms but in constitutional law--to carry "a distinct whiff of impermissibility." (11)
(130) Much discussion of the potential impermissibility of intrastate minimum wage preemption has arisen in the context of whether such preemption might contravene a particulate state's constitutional provisions regarding the proper delegation of decision-making power to localities.
impermissibility. Two of these have been naturalness and normalcy, (59)
In closing, the source said Syria reaffirms the unethicality and impermissibility of using chemical weapons under any pretext.
Despite their rivalry and mutual rejection of the name "Boko Haram" that is ascribed to them, Wilayat West Africa and Boko Haram (whose real name is Jama'at Ahl al-Sunna li-Da'wa wa-l-Jihad) agree on certain fundamentals, including the impermissibility of Western-style education and what they perceive as Christian proselytizing through international humanitarian organizations.
It appears that it is more reasonable to have a transition stage from absolute permission to absolute impermissibility. This implies that the constraint is stated in fuzzy terms.