I think this is FINE, grand, swell, till ~ott~~ of page 4.
I enter a small nAnurrer, to wit:
A commandMent is mot a principle. A cornmand~ent (asto1mding as this
may appear, nowadays) is a Corort18ndment. h: Don't touch fire .
A principle is a general truth; i e, a truth which is always true of
all particulars in ita f'ield, in all circUillstances and places. Elt: Fire burns.
(N.B. ''The lighted cigarette burned a hole in I"l!' rug" is not a principle. ''Don •t