Essay heading: Naturally Just And Legally Just

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March 26, 1999

 

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We are aware that Antigone’s actions were naturally just, but was Creon’s decree naturally just? Was it legally just? Although Anouilh’s version of Antigone was different in many aspects, the overall story and decree, by King Creon and towards Polynices’ body, was very similar. What follows is the perspectives of two great philosophers, Aristotle and Aquinas, on natural and legal justice and how they would determine if Creon’s decree was justifiable in regards to their consideration on these philosophical theories...
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What follows is the perspectives of two great philosophers, Aristotle and Aquinas, on natural and legal justice and how they would determine if Creon’s decree was justifiable in regards to their consideration on these philosophical theories. How are natural justice and legal justice related? Well, according to Aristotle justice was divided into two parts: the natural part and the legal part...
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