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For Thomas Hobbes, nothing illustrated the "inconstant use of words" better than the confusion between "Counsels and Commands," for the words "Doe this," he said, "are the words not only of him that Commandeth; but also of him that giveth Counsell." This confusion remains with us today. We still do not have a sound grasp of the distinctive place that counsel or advice plays within our constitutional system. How is ministerial advice to the sovereign concerning how a power ought to be exerciseddoi:10.21991/c95h3t fatcat:5e65bxifs5aujg7lrrnewkowxa