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I was at a talk about how law and other forms of social control (which we’ve been calling “norms”) affect our behavior, our relationships, our life choices, and our lives. The talk was about whether we should be thinking of law as a “norm” (a law that is enforced) or a “normativity” (a law that is enforced by the people, who we are).

I think that there is a clear difference between law enforcement and normativity. For example, in the days of slavery and Jim Crow laws, it was enforced. But now, law enforcement, whether the police or the courts, is mostly enforced by the people themselves. And in a sense, that means that there is a little bit less to enforce. However, I think the same is not true of normativity. In a sense it is enforced by the people themselves.

The normativity we’re talking about here is generally thought of as the way that we think of ourselves and our place in society. But I think it’s also a way that we impose norms on others. We don’t want to impose our norms on others, because we don’t believe it’s necessary to conform to social norms. But we do want to impose our norms on others because in a way we’re imposing our norms on them.

But if what you are trying to get across is that we impose our norms to others, the fact that the normativity we are talking about is not imposed by others is an indication that we are not imposing our norms on others. We are imposing our norms to ourselves.

The fact that we are imposing our norms to ourselves is another way to see the relationship of law to other forms of social control. You might say, “ok, I dont want to impose my norms on others, what is my norm?” Well, my laws are like any other rules. If I want to go to a certain place, I want to go. If I want to go to a certain place, I want this and that.

Like most of our laws you are free to say “no.” But if you want to go to a certain place, you should also make sure that you are free to say “no.” We have laws about not selling alcohol, smoking, driving with a suspended license, and so on.

Our laws are not the same as your laws. And like most of our laws, you are free to say no because we have the right to say no. Our laws are not the same as your laws. And like most of our laws, you are free to say no.

These are good laws. These are not your laws. But our laws are not the same as your laws. We have a better way of governing ourselves. We are not a bunch of law-breakers. We have rules we live by. And if you are looking for a society where all of your laws are the same as every other law in the world, and you go in expecting to get away with breaking some of the other laws, you’re going to be disappointed.

We are not a bunch of lawbreakers. And our laws are not the same as your laws. We are free to say yes or no. And our laws are not the same as your laws. We have a better way of governing ourselves.

We are free to go to work, to buy the food we need, to get medical care, to go online, to go to school. We can also go to jail, and we shouldn’t. We can also go to heaven, and we shouldn’t. We can and we should make our own laws.