Page 23: par. 0: phenomena
Moreover, the line that divides concrete historical phenomenona from permanent social structures is notoriously thin.
Page 45: par. 0: orientation
In either case their projected action constitutes points of orientaton for us.
Page 57: par. 2: Arbitrary
But the reasons for this are ‘Arbitry, error and other influences’.
Page 82: par. 3: manœuvre (to match the other uses in the book)
Changes in the legal order may affect the area for manoeuvre within which individuals may move and undesigned institutions evolve.
Page 99: par. 1: democratic
No mature society is likely to tolerate the destruction of its democractic institutions by the misuse of the very procedures which these institutions authorize.