The fundamental and supreme law of a state is the state constitution.
Philosophy is the study of the fundamental principles of things. It includes such subdisciplines as aesthetics (fundamental principles of art and beauty), metaphysics (fundamental principles of reality), ethics (fundamental principles of right and wrong), epistemology (fundamental principles of knowledge) and logic (fundamental principles of rational thought).
I think we have a right to ask about the logic behind Islamic laws for the purpose of attempting to understand another culture and society.
When the states make there own laws for just that state
The fundamental laws of physics. In particular, Newton's Laws of Motion.
The State constitution
The real world obeys those laws.
Ordinary laws are more easily changed than constitutional laws.
Logic Gates are electronic building blocks of a digital system. They are realisations of the fundamental Boolean Algebraic Operations; AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR, BUF.
a time of insanity where logic fell and laws were created
substantitive due process deals with fundamental rights, like whether or not they are fundamental, and this decision helps other branches decide on other fundamental laws. :D
Maybe, the Bills.
A belief in God, not just the freedom of religious faith, was a fundamental tenet in the founding of the United States.The fundamental laws of physics often do not seem to apply at the subatomic level.Before you can perform multiplication, you must first master the fundamental concepts of adding and subtracting.When you begin to cook, you must first understand the fundamental use of kitchen tools.The fundamental nature of a foundation implies that everything that builds on it can only exist if the basics are true.Newton's Laws are a fundamental part of physics.This is a fundamental sentence.
It lacked fundamental laws.
Constitution is a statement of fundamental laws: a written statement outlining the basic laws or principles by which a country or organization is governed.
I'm guessing that you probably mean the Constitution. However, it doesn't hold all our laws it is only the basis on which our laws are constructed.
to help you rationalize and understand problems and why answers are answers.
You answered your own question! Physics explains natural phenomena with fundamental laws and principles.