In more recent years, he has been involved in the development of intelligent tutoring systems.
The author or co-author of over 320 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and the author, co-author, or editor of six highly influential books, Anderson has received numerous awards, grants, fellowships, lectureships, and honorary degrees.
As the great economist John Maynard Keynes famously said: Ranking Methodology The overall list is in alphabetical order.
⁂ Anderson was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in 1947.
On the other hand, we moderns hardly believe in the “soul” that all those writers took for granted anymore.
Byakuya: The Kuchiki are one of the Four Great Noble Houses. Or conversely, maybe something else is likely to catch up with the villain in the near future, anyway, so that the consequences of saving the villain, letting the villain die, or killing the villain are all fairly equivalent.
The character must then decide to either break the law and move towards Chaotic/Neutral Good, or put the law of the land first and become more Lawful Neutral.
For whatever reason, this character has encountered a situation where doing the right thing involves breaking a law, personal code, or a binding rule that makes the character The Fettered.
While an attempt has been made to limit the spoilers, they are present. This trope is often brought up whenever a Super Registration Act is played in as well.
Often a subtrope of Conflicting Loyalty and Moral Dilemma. A common dilemma for The Paladin (especially if there's a Jerkass DM at the table), but by definition a Paladin always chooses good over law.