Published November 1988
by Maharishi Intl Univ Pr .
Written in English
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While a natural law theorist might downplay the importance of derivationist knowledge of the natural law, it is hard to see how a consistent natural law theorist could entirely reject the possibility of such knowledge, given the view that we can provide a substantial account of how the human good is grounded in nature: for to show that the. wisdom. It tells us what we should be looking for. As important, a proper theory of natural law explains what we usually do look for and why.”19 It is Professor Barnett’s usage of natural law, as a mode of reasoning that will guide this paper, though it is against the backdrop of the natural law principle that the taking of life is a moral. (Romans ). The natural law, then, forms the basis for all morality and virtue, and it establishes the foundation for the higher truths of religion. Thus both the testimony of all the world’s great religions and the universal evidence of the natural law argue that the pro-life position. Natural law in the Enlightenment and the modern era. Other Scholastic thinkers, including the Franciscan philosophers John Duns Scotus (–) and William of Ockham (c. –/49) and the Spanish theologian Francisco Suárez (–), emphasized divine will instead of divine reason as the source of law. This “ voluntarism” influenced the Roman Catholic jurisprudence of the.