Figgis sentence example
- Figgis, The Divine Right of Kings, p. 13).
- Figgis and R.
- It may mean a state of things such as existed in the middle ages, in which ownership and sovereignty were not clearly separated: when he who was owner had sovereign rights incident thereto, or, as it was sometimes phrased, when sovereignty inhered in the territory, when the king was the supreme landowner (Maine, Ancient Law, p. 106; Figgis, pp. 11, 14); when all political power exhibited proprietary traits, and was incident to the ownership of land (Maitland, Township and Borough, p. 31).
- A third proposition, often expressed with respect to sovereignty, is that it cannot be alienated: a proposition thus stated by Rousseau: "Je dis que la souverainete, n'etant que l'exercise de la volonte generale, ne peut jamais s'aliener" (Du Contrat social, 2.1; Figgis, p. 89).
- Mike Figgis ' work with the People Show segued into feature films such as Leaving Las Vegas and Timecode.Advertisement
- Kim Newman approves Selected reviews Timecode Mike Figgis ' Timecode unfolds on four screens in real time.
- Like her colleagues, she has also performed on film; most notably in Mike Figgis' documentary Flamenco Women, and with her husband, guitarist Paco Jarana, in Pulse: a STOMP Odyssey.