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Similarly, where B's misinterpretation cannot be explained by reference to either A's personal or official attributes, but only by reference to some entirely egocentric confusion it would be foolish to attempt any explanation of B's subsequent behaviour by reference to A's power. It is the nature of B's interpretation in these various cases, then, that allows us to decide whether the power factor can be said to be A's; whether it belongs to a position he occupies; is accounted for by some feature of the situational context; or simply reflects some private fantasy of B.
The existence of any of these is effectively a statement of intention to anyone who can read the signs, in the same way as the initiatory action or its subsequent copy. An intention may be given a variety of continuing forms. Wherever that form is invoked, engaged, or evokes an appropriate response, then we are justified in referring to the act as intended, whether or not there is any awareness on the part of the agent. This interpretation is in line with the view generally taken by jurists. Some 8 try to avoid the intrusion of subjective judgement in interpreting the mental state of the accused by arguing that criminal guilt can be proved only by positively establishing that a form of rational consciousness could be held to apply.
Was in large measure tailored to the interests of US Steel' 44 need not then be interpreted in the way that Crenson does. When we understand that Angelidis was probably simply repeating lessons that he had learnt with East Chicago's Inland Steel Company we have to take a different view of US Steel's significance. It was not that company's inaction that created any particular outcome. And the fact that US Steel may have benefited from Angelidis' predilections cannot be taken as evidence that the company had any power in the matter- apart from the power to drag its heels.