Benjamin Nelson and “Good Faith”

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  1. An impressive explanation. I have some worries that I might need to express, but I think I should give your post a few more careful readings first, and give it more thought. (In any case, I suspect that in the end our different analyses may not be legally significant.)

    I should get a few mundane notes out of the way, though. I’m not a lawyer; rather, I’m a social, political, and legal philosophy scholar. I made the diagram using Macromedia Fireworks (Garamond font). I haven’t tried Visio so I can’t compare, but on my end I find that artistic vector programs are powerful enough to get the job done.

  2. (The last sentence of my first paragraph above is confusing. It should read: “I suspect that in the end our separate analyses may not differ in a legally significant way.”)

  3. Venn Diagram patrol: What does the space outside the two circles represent?

  4. My guess is that the empty space likely represents the limitations of Visio. But anyway, Venn diagrams, like any instrument in logic, are only as good as their usefulness. My post at L&S blog, for instance, was purposefully deviant from Venn standards, because it gets my point across far more quickly and intelligibly than a Venn diagram could.

  5. Okay, I’ve posted my reply.