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Thomas Aquinas - the Natural Law: Summa Theologica
Saint Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) is a very influential figure in western culture in terms of his contribution to Natural Law theory. Furthermore, Saint Aquinas combined the art of Greek philosophy with biblical scriptures to establish a doctrine for the Catholic Church. St. Aquinas categorized law into four separate but interdependent aspects of law, the eternal law, natural law, divine law, and the human law. Aquinas believed that the natural, divine, and human laws were under the umbrella of what he defined as the eternal law. …
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