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   Formula via which Rule of  Law Activity can be distinguished from Reign of  Terror Activity.
(Contents will be provided in a more readable form when time permits)
In the simplest form in which the formula can be herein formulated:

Activity conducted according to The Rule of  Law Standard is activity conducted according to a standard characterized by  the processing of matters within what can be identified to constitute a closed universe of  possibilities anchored in the principle of  non-contradiction. 

Activity conducted according to The Reign of  Terror Standard  is activity conducted according to a standard characterized by  the processing of matters within what can be identified to constitute a closed universe of  possibilities anchored in the apprehended self-interest(s) of  a human party, whether individual or collective, conducting activity out of  a fundamental disposition of  insubordination to Almighty God, which condition is of  course caused by, & further influenced over a given time period within which a given activity is conducted, the effects on the intellect(s) & will(s) of  the human actors in a given case conducting activity,  of  inadequately mortified carnal appetites & the moment by moment instigations & temptations with which Lucifer ceaselessly endeavors to incite the commission of  individual sins, beyond the abominable enormity of  those already having been committed at a given juncture in human history (the  effects of which, of  course at  any given juncture, continue to inflict damage upon the social order in the nature of  an endless ripple effect)  to the exclusion of  the  requirements corresponding to what can be identified to constitute logical necessity emanating in a given matter from the principle of  non-contradiction.

Thus, it is obvious that these two entirely incompatible, & categorically, mutually exclusive, principles complete the universe of  possibilities of  the standards according to which human activity has ever been or can ever  be, conducted.
 

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