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Constitutional Code.

Ch. IX. Ministers Collectively.
§. 10 Information elicitation

Instructional. and Exposition.

Art 7. Analytic Sketch in the exhaustive mode. Subject matter, information
in all shapes for administrative purposes.

Analysis of the subject
matter of appropriate
Give in a prior section -
Therefore need not be

Be the subject matter of it what it may,
of information to which a functionary, as such, is
a party, the use and only use is serving for guidance
to official action. By all such information, certain
perceptions which have had, or are said to have had
place, in the mind of some individual or other, are
exhibited, or at least professed to be exhibited. These
perceptions thus acted upon, will be either the actual ideal
perception of the agent himself or perceptions which
either have had or are supposed to have had, place
in the minds of some other individual or
individuals. If, and in so far as they have been those of
the agent himself, in this case, in relation to this same
information, one function and one alone has been
exercised — the inspective: (a) as to which, see §. 9.

Art 8. If it is — not by the agent in question
alone, but by another+ there then will be there have been at least two
+1 he being a functionary,
that the requisite
function has been
exercised, -

parties to the information: one, he by whom it was
exhibited, say the exhibitor: function, the exhibitive or say the +2 the other, he by whom
+2 officially informative:
it was received: say the receiver: function, the
information receptive.

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Art 9. Suppose the party by whom the information
has been exhibited, or person other than him
by whom, as in case of inspection, as above, it has
been extracted from the subject matter, then, will there
have been three parties concerned: to wit, the extractor,
2. the exhibitor, 3. the receiver.
Art 9.

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Note (a.) Expositive
(a.) Sight being but one of the five commonly distinguished
senses, through the medium of which perceptions are
received from without, — in strictness of speech, correspondent
to the several other senses, so many distinguishable functions
might here require to be brought to view, as, on many occasions,
they accordingly always are and will be: witness, for example, medical
practice; thence
also juridical practice,
so far as grounded on
it. But, on the present
occasion, the sight may be
taken for the representative
of all the rest; or,
if a distinction must
be made, a function
correspondent to all the
rest taken together, may
be the quasi-inspective.

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