Natural law theory is a label that has been applied to theories of ethics theories of politics theories of civil law and theories of religious morality. Immanuel kant and the natural law tradition by george h smith natural law theories of ethics and justice go back to the ancient greeks and there are variations within this tradition the metaphysic of morals in which the differences between coercive justice and voluntary virtue are explained in considerable detail although kant . Natural law theory is a moral theory that holds that there is an objective moral good and bad right and wrong that this is knowable by natural human reason and is derived from human nature and its inherent orientation to its fulfillment and well functioning. Start studying natural law virtue ethics and deontological ethics learn vocabulary terms and more with flashcards games and other study tools difference between the laws of nature and natural law with the idea of the laws of government the standard of truth in natural law ethics is human nature true or false true natural law
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