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Air Traffic Control

If an airliner is on a collision course with another plane, generally the air-traffic controller will instruct the pilot to change course, but without telling why.  The controller sees on the radar screen that the trajectories are going to cross, but the pilot does not know that.  The pilot must trust the controller's view of the situation.

That is like the positive function of the law.  The law tells us when our trajectory is on a collision course.
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