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This book sums up natural law from a religious point of view. Like a typical philosopher, the lecturer first lays out theories of natural law only to later say the entire concept rests on individual definitions and beliefs...aka there is no firm basis in them whatsoever and the phrase can be used by anyone for their own benefit. At the end he lays out his own theory of natural law, condemning gay marriage, abortion, physician assisted suicide, and claims these opinions are “absolutely” adherent to natural law principles. I guess he forgot his own aside that the entire concept depends on individual definitions. I learned almost nothing
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I was concerned there would be too much theology in this philosophy course. Too some extent, I was right. However, it was still pretty good. I learned from it and it caused me to think about done things in ways I had not before. I was not convinced by some of the defenses of natural law made by the lecturer, but it is a rich subject.