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4) Pers. Inj.s Disablement temporary.

against the mischief which the disablement was calculated
to prevent. The two former taken together must
not be greater than the latter.

1st Gent Head. Cases of Protection The cases of exemption above mentioned seem to be as follows.
First that of Self-Preservation Protection
Secondly that of the Preservation Protection of another.

Self-Protection three-fold. First then let us consider the case of Self-protection.
Protection is a relative term: it at implies attack
real or apprehended, as that to which it is opposed.
There are those objects against which an attack
may be levelled. H A man's person, his property,
and his reputation.

1st Self-defence Protection of a man's self against an attack made
upon his person has got the name of self-defence.
Protection of a man's self against an attack made
upon his property or his reputation have neither of
them as yet got any any appellation that is comprizable
in any a single word.

Let us now enquire into the reason why according upon
the principle to the rule above laid down Self-defence ought
to operate as an exemption in favour of an act
of temporary disablement preceded by so much
pain organical pain as in the individual case in question shall
appear to be have been necessary to effect it. Of the organical pain To save perpetual
repetitions, I shall forbear in future making any separate mention. When I speak of the pain or mischief of disablement I shall all along suppose the organical pain to be included in it. I shall all
along suppose it included with this
Judging from the above principle, it may appear
at first sight that such an exemption is not to
be justified by it.

To Ins.a 40. An attack, wha what. An attack is said to be made upon the a man's person of
when an act is done in pursuance of an intention
to inflict on him any personal inj injury of the mischiefs which sort of those which

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