II Rules and Discretion: An Inevitable Seesaw?
- Manuel Guitián
- Published Date:
- June 1992
“An order which is adhered to from motives of pure expediency is generally much less stable than one upheld on a purely customary basis. … But even this type of order is in turn much less stable than an order which enjoys the prestige of being considered binding or, as it may be expressed, of ‘legitimacy’.”