Hadley Arkes


An essay is presented on teaching and practice of natural law by judges, lawyers, and professors of philosophy and its affect on people living in the U.S. The author discusses an appeal made from the old jurisprudence which relied on natural law to the new one that has been resistant to natural law. He relates the differences in jural perspective of jurists with the protection of human rights.



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