Thomas Aquinas and Natural Law

Promulgation and the Analogical Scope of the Notion “Law”

The law is something “promulgated”—or so Aquinas states in his common definition of law. This seems quite acceptable in the case of human, positive law. However, how can one speak of a “promulgation” of the natural law, let alone the eternal law? This article is a discussion of the general themes involved in considering this problem. Read Article

Written by on June 9th, 2014. Subject: Philosophy. Filed in Ethics, about Aquinas Maritain Natural Law Eternal Law

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