Advanced legal morphology

The law of Denniston.

Virtue itself is a punishment.


If you once did something right, then there is a person who will ask you to do it again.

The probability postulate.

Random events tend to occur in groups.

Zimerga’s Law.

After opening a can of worms, the only way to drive them back is to use a larger can.

The cardinal paradox.

An optimist believes that we live in the best possible worlds. The pessimist is afraid that this is so.

Higdon Law.

Sound judgment appears as a result of a painful experience. Experience arises from a painful judgment.

The law of Ogden Nash.

At one time, progress was perhaps not so bad, but it drags on too long.

Simon’s lawsuit.

Glory can be fleeting, but obscurity is given forever.

The Schopenhauer entropy law.

If you pour a spoonful of wine into a barrel full of impurities up to the top, you get impurities. If you put a spoonful of impurities in a barrel full of wine to the top, you get impurities.

The Rockefeller Principle.

Never take actions that you can be taken by surprise.

The Lieberman Law.

Everyone lies, but it does not matter, because nobody listens.

Gorovets rule.

To be wise means to know when to avoid impeccability.

The rule of unbiased minds.

People who generally resist change are unable to resist change for the worse.

Mason’s Law.

On the very day when you are ready to sell for your own soul, it turns out that the market of souls is oversaturated.

The motto of Professor Blok.

Forgive and remember.

Edelstein Council.

Do not worry about what colleagues think about you. They are too busy worrying about what you think about them.

The axiom of Mr. Cole.

The total amount of intelligence on the planet remains constant; The population, however, continues to grow.

Jones Law.

Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate.

McCloury Supplement.

To get an enemy, do someone a good deed.

The principle of rage.

Never try to appease someone whose rage has reached the boiling point.

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