Natural Law: Morality and Obedience
This book discusses the concept of natural law. It explores the notion of morality and citizen obedience. It also examines the concept of authority. There is an ongoing debate between natural law and positive law. This book argues that natural is not understood as the law of the natural. Instead, it is understood as divine law. The principal argument echoed throughout the text is that if we understand natural law as God’s law, then it is positive law, though disguised as the law of the natural. This is a short compilation. It does not delve in complicated philosophical concepts. This is a must-read for legal theorists, students of the law, and legal practitioners.