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I am not native speaker of English. I have challenge when interpretating noun +of+noun. kindly assist in the interpretation of this sentence and thoroughly explain to me how do perfect myself in this regard.
1-problematic nature of legal resolutions
2-morally conflicting conceptions of justice.
Thank you in advance
I don't see the problem here- many things have a problematic nature, and in this phrase the speaker is talking about the particular problematic nature that legal resolutions have.
Welcome to the forums, pnong.
The preposition 'of' here means 'associated with'.
Kindly see the phrase as requested:
"this chapter will draw on case studies that show the elusiveness of justice and will demonstrate the effects of the problematic nature of legal resolutions within morally conflicting conceptions of justice"
Thanks for prompt reponse to my query, however the explanation that you cite is still not clear to me. Kindly explain in a simple English. The reason I request a clear explanation from you is that in the dictionary they explain "nature" as the "kind and sort". am I allow to say problematic kind. in the media they like to say "the nature of the problems" is it the same as "the kind of the problems"."the nature of business"=the kind of business.