Monarchy is not a legitimate form of government

"Adam had not, either by natural right of fatherhood or by positive donation from God, any such authority over his children, nor dominion over the world as is pretended"

Irrelevant Conclusion

The biblical Adam has little to do with any modern day monarchs, nor relevance to monarchy in general.

Monarchy is not a legitimate form of government

Even if we could find a perfect way of determining succession between heirs, 'the knowledge of which is the eldest line of Adam's posterity' is utterly lost

Irrelevant Conclusion

The biblical Adam has little to do with any modern day monarchs, nor relevance to monarchy in general.

Monarchy is not a legitimate form of government

Even if Adam's heirs had dominion over the world, there is no law of Nature nor positive law of God that determines which is the right heir (to dominion over the world) in all cases between generations

Irrelevant Conclusion

The biblical Adam has little to do with any modern day monarchs, nor relevance to monarchy in general.

Monarchy is not a legitimate form of government

Even if Adam had dominion over the world, his heirs had no right that continue that dominion

Irrelevant Conclusion

The biblical Adam has little to do with any modern day monarchs, nor relevance to monarchy in general.

Justice and Law are mutually exclusive.

That which is illegal may be just.

Irrelevant Conclusion

This shows that Justice and Law are not mutually implicated, but not that they are mutually exclusive. An existential quantification cannot imply a universal quantification.

Justice and Law are mutually exclusive.

That which is unjust may be legal.

Irrelevant Conclusion

This shows that Justice and Law are not mutually implicated, but not that they are mutually exclusive. An existential quantification cannot imply a universal quantification.

Justice and Law are mutually exclusive.

That which is legal is not necessarily just.

Irrelevant Conclusion

This shows that Justice and Law are not mutually implicated, but not that they are mutually exclusive. An existential quantification cannot imply a universal quantification.

Justice and Law are mutually exclusive.

That which is just is not necessarily legal.

Irrelevant Conclusion

This shows that Justice and Law are not mutually implicated, but not that they are mutually exclusive. An existential quantification cannot imply a universal quantification.