On 'Nature' and 'Law' in Natural Moral Law: A Prolegomenon for Normative Ethics?

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Colledge, Richard. (2012). On 'Nature' and 'Law' in Natural Moral Law: A Prolegomenon for Normative Ethics? Ethics Education. 18(1 and 2), pp. 61 - 76.
AuthorsColledge, Richard
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In light of the recent special issue of Ethics Education on Natural Moral Law1 , what follows is an alternative reading of that tradition that in looking to renegotiate its two key terms, proposes a sense in which this tradition of thought remains an indispensible founding moment for contemporary moral philosophy.

KeywordsNatural Law; Nature; normative ethics; human nature
Year2012
JournalEthics Education
Journal citation18 (1 and 2), pp. 61 - 76
PublisherAustralian Catholic University
ISSN1444-8386
Page range61 - 76
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
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