Aquinas' Conception of Law

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Philosophy

 

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Robert Q

 

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January 15, 2014

 

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Each individual has a different idea of what is good while also having different ideas of how to achieve what is good. The problem is that some of these ways of achieving what is good is not necessarily right. This is where Aquinas' conception of law comes into play. According to Aquinas, there are four types of law...
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This is where Aquinas' conception of law comes into play. According to Aquinas, there are four types of law. The first is natural law. Humans have a given nature, but we can choose to ignore our nature through reason. Good actions come from our nature. These actions tend to benefit something. Bad actions occur when we ignore this natural instinct...
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