Some Early Natural Law Arguments: Faculties, Functions and Organs

Here is the first part in a series of pieces by regular erudite commenter Ficino. This series will be looking at Natural Law Theory in its historical context. Over to Ficino: Tertullian On the Soldier’s Wreath (c. 211 CE) In 211 C.E., Roman emperor Septimius Severus died in York, England. His sons, Caracalla and Geta, [Read More…]

from Simon Cox Blog http://www.patheos.com/blogs/tippling/2017/07/07/early-natural-law-arguments-faculties-functions-organs/

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