unobjectionably


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unobjectionably

(ˌʌnəbˈdʒɛkʃənəblɪ)
adv
without objection
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In the second edition of Mansfield Park, the omission of a single word makes Rushworth's remark less risible: the play, he now declares unobjectionably, "is to be Lovers' Vows" (MP, ed.
As Samuel Scheffler puts it, "the willingness to make sacrifices for one's family, one's community, one's friends is seen as one of the marks of a good or virtuous person, and the demands of morality, as ordinarily interpreted, have less to do with abstractions like the overall good than with the specific web of roles and relationships that serve to situate a person in social space." (8) These critics acknowledge that our well-being and that of those close to us is of no greater intrinsic importance than the well-being of others, but they nevertheless claim that we unobjectionably view the world from within a web of our own interests, identifications, and commitments, which are given special weight in our practical deliberations.
(83) Given the virtually limitless ability of the federal government to tax and spend for the "general welfare," (84) it may unobjectionably tax state citizens to obtain sufficient funds to achieve its desired ends and then return those funds to the states subject to a bevy of conditions that achieve regulatory objectives otherwise beyond the constitutional ability of the federal government to achieve.