On Human Laws (On the Law in General) (Excerpt) On Human Laws (On the Law in General) (Excerpt)

On Human Laws (On the Law in General) (Excerpt‪)‬

Journal of Markets & Morality 2003, Spring, 6, 1

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Descripción editorial

When preparing to speak about human laws, I really should say first what the term human laws means and then what types of laws fall under this term. I consider human laws to be those laws that are conceived and promulgated not only through human beings but also by human beings and human ingenuity, whether conceived from divine law, natural law, or even their own heads.

GÉNERO
Negocios y finanzas personales
PUBLICADO
2003
22 de marzo
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
18
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Acton Institute
TAMAÑO
243,8
KB

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