While it is true that our Constitution recognizes necessity (not the necessitas principle though, which should be distinguished), it is necessity exercised within the bounds of the law, not necessity in defiance of the law.
So the law, after all, which necessitas denigrates, will then be another refuge for scoundrels.
Decretum (1140) as legal principals or norms: Necessitas
for public welfare trumped the "rule of law" and resulted in the suspension of syndication (the review of officials' conduct at the end of their service), which in turn was key to the increasing centralization and repression of government.
The new Qt toolkit for Android has been called Necessitas
, and it includes not only the Qt SDK based on the in-development Qt 4.8, but it also includes the QtCreator IDE for developing Qt applications visually.
IV: Franck Roumy, "L'origine et la diffusion de l'adage canonique Necessitas
non habet legem (VIIIe-XIIIes)"; Charles de Miramon, "Innocent III, Huguccio de Ferrare et Hubert de Pirovano: Droit canonique, theologie et philosophie Bologne dans les annees 1180"; Manlio Bellomo, "Considerazioni sulla pervasivita della religione nella societa e negli ambienti di studio universitari in eta tardo-medievale"; Peter Erdo, "Il diritto canonico, fonte della giurisprudenza occidentale nell'Ungheria e nella Polonia del medioevo"; Brian Tierney, "Hohfeld on Ockham: A Canonistic Text in the Opus nonaginta dierum"; R.
Green begins with the passage in Piers Plowman in which Need proclaims that it is permissible to take what is needed when someone has no food or clothing, in other words, the legal maxim necessitas
non habet legem that dated from at least the thirteenth century.
Hargrove not only deals with conventional categories of leadership or with the interplay of fortuna and necessitas
(in modern terms, with contingency, chaos, complexity, and probability).
legem non habet-Latin for 'necessity has no law'-means some fundamental laws may be suspended if necessary to defend the motherland.