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INALIENABLE RIGHTS
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Natural Law"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Natural law is the law which is immanent in Nature.
  2. Natural law is the idea that there are unchangeable laws of nature which govern us, and that our institutions should try to match this natural law.
  3. Natural law is a perennial though poorly represented and understood issue in political philosophy and the philosophy of law.
  4. Natural law is the idea that there are rational objective limits to the power of legislative rulers.
  5. Natural law is closely associated with morality and, in historically influential versions, with the intentions of God.

Version

  1. All have tried to construct a new version of natural law.

Moral Law

  1. The identical appeal for nations to be governed by "natural law" and "moral law" has historically been made by the Orders of Freemasonry.

Human Rights Law

  1. The poet Christian Wernicke was born in 1661 in Elbląg, while Gottfried Achenwall became famous for his teachings in natural law and human rights law.

Law Different

  1. Legal interpretivism is a contemporary theory of law different from positivism and natural law.

Human Laws

  1. All human laws were to be judged by their conformity to the natural law.

Natural Law Party

  1. The Natural Law Party of Israel aims at bringing life into alliance with Natural Law.
  2. The U.S. version of the Natural Law Party ran John Hagelin as its presidential candidate in 1992, 1996, and 2000.

Foundation

  1. The Law of Octaves also defines every process and relationship in the universe, being the foundation of all natural law and universal order.

Reasoning

  1. Pursuant to this line of reasoning, a miracle can be defined as a violation of natural law by a supernatural being.

School

  1. In the 16th century, the School of Salamanca (Francisco Suárez, Francisco de Vitoria, etc.) further developed a philosophy of natural law.

Slavery

  1. Despite Aristotle's ideas of slavery as natural law, Cyrus the Great did not believe in slavery never took any slaves and hated brutality and injustice.

Governments

  1. Others argue that the concept of property comes from natural law and therefore it is incorrect to see governments as creating markets.

Private

  1. For the uninitiated, (free market) capitalism as most people define it is based on natural law and on a set of private, but enforceable, trade customs.

History

  1. This course considers the history of the natural law.

Place

  1. The Natural Law Party in Italy (Partito della Legge Naturale, PLN) took place to several (both general and local) elections in the nineties.

Importance

  1. This article defends and advances the importance of natural law for modern economic theory.

Second

  1. Second, the Theonomist endorses presuppositionalism (especially in its rejection of natural law and emphasis on non-neutrality).
  2. Second, the '459 patent does not claim a natural law, abstract idea, or natural phenomenon.

Contrary

  1. This view is frequently summarised by the maxim an unjust law is not a true law, in which 'unjust' is defined as contrary to natural law.

Life

  1. Maharishi's Vedic Science and Technology unfolds the full potential of Natural Law in human consciousness as the basis of improving all areas of life.

Economic Theory

  1. The paucity of scholarship regarding the relationship between natural law and economic theory in current scholarship may be due to several factors.

Liberty

  1. It can be said that this sort of agreement is a restriction of liberty because it is "man-made" (as opposed to the "natural law" of "supply and demand").

Society

  1. A six page paper comparing and contrasting these three philosophers in terms of their views on "natural law" and its implications to society.

Free Society

  1. If a free society is conceived as a society of 'equal freedom,' then there ain't no such thing as 'a free society'." [ The Myth of Natural Law, p.

Common Law

  1. The common law is as adequate for the enforcement of contracts in the one case as in the other” (The Natural Law of Money, p.

State Law

  1. For example, any state law in opposition to the natural law that recognizes individual rights should not be obeyed.

Church

  1. Of the Old Law the Church has preserved in addition to the Decalogue some precepts closely allied to natural law, e.g.
  2. After the Church of England broke from Rome, the English theologian Richard Hooker adapted Thomistic notions of natural law to Anglicanism.

Canon Law

  1. Of course, its scope would be much widened if the Second Section gave consideration to natural law which is officially a component part of Canon Law.

Nature

  1. The Church's social teaching argues on the basis of reason and natural law, namely, on the basis of what is in accord with the nature of every human being.

Human Beings

  1. According to the Roman jurist Ulpian, for example, natural law was that which nature, not the state, assures to all human beings, Roman citizens or not.
  2. Many modern anarcho-capitalists would disagree with the above ideas, according to what they view as natural law or utilitarianism common to all human beings.

Civil Law

  1. Civil Law, Natural Law and Divine Moral Law One tension existing in Puritan jurisprudence was the relationship between civil law, natural law and divine law.

Science

  1. It sees all of natural law, including that revealed by science, as an aspect of that law.

Existence

  1. According to Hinduism, all existence, from vegetation to mankind, are subject to the eternal Dharma, which is the natural law.

Eternal Law

  1. To put it in the terms of St. Thomas Aquinas: An unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal law and natural law.

God

  1. This, in turn, suggested a theology in which God created the universe, set it in motion controlled by natural law, and retired from the scene.
  2. Christian ethics is essentially heteronomic: it teaches that all law, even natural law, emanates from God.

Transcendental Meditation

  1. The Natural Law Party advocated using Transcendental Meditation and the TM-Sidhi program to reduce or eliminate problems in society.

Natural Justice

  1. If you know of any other website that deal with or issues directly related to Natural Law, Natural Right, Natural Justice, Natural Equity, etc.
  2. The development of this tradition of natural justice into one of natural law is usually attributed to the Stoics.

Field

  1. The school, founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, has provided the Natural Law party with the inspiration and resources to enter the field of electoral politics.
  2. Introduction of the knowledge of Natural Law in every field of management will actualize the evolutionary direction for every area of human concern.

Social Philosophy

  1. Some discern in Calvin the basis for promoting a "natural law" social philosophy and criticize the pronomian Calvinists for their Biblicism.
  2. Legal naturalism – term coined by Olufemi Taiwo to describe a current in the social philosophy of Karl Marx which can be interpreted as one of Natural Law.

Particular Significance

  1. While there is not any particular significance in this, other than it perhaps explains why Buddhists have always respected the environment and natural law.

Inalienable Rights

  1. Natural law underpins the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Alternative View

  1. An alternative view of crime is derived from the theory of natural law.

Natural Rights

  1. For Spooner, natural law and its corollary, natural rights, are the foundation of a free and just society.

Positive Law

  1. No law but positive law has been recognized in Germany since the fall of the German monarchy; natural law has no place at all.
  2. Human law is positive law: the natural law applied by governments to societies.
  3. Order is natural law, law as such = positive law, mores = ideal law.

Theory

  1. Natural law theory An alternative view of crime is derived from the theory of natural law.
  2. Besides utilitarianism and Kantianism, natural law theory is with virtue ethics, a live option for a first-principles ethics theory in analytic philosophy.
  3. It is an axiom of some forms of anarchism, and also held by many political conservatives, traditionalists and natural law theory.

Idea

  1. According to Judge Richard Posner, the very idea of natural law rests upon a premodern picture of nature that science has discredited.

Concept

  1. A party which based its principles on the concept of natural law as promoted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in his theory of Transcendental Meditation.
  2. The importance of this is found in the rejection of the idea of natural law and especially in the espousal of the concept of non-neutrality.
  3. The concept of natural law was very important in the development of the English common law.

Human Action

  1. Mises also rejected natural rights and natural law as “quite arbitrary” and thus “not open to settlement”. [ Human Action, p.720].

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