Associated with almost every rule constraining real-world activity is some kind(s) of action taken to enforce it. Is such action(s) part of the rule itself? How should such action(s) be viewed? n this month's 'Premise and Conclusion' column, Ron Ross examines several sample rules to provide answers to these and related questions.
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