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Augustine and Christian Concepts of Natural Law

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Augustine and Christian Concepts of Natural Law
The concept of natural law dates back in the times of Plato and the other ancient and
great philosophers. These philosophers made a considerable contribution towards the definition
of natural law, which forms the basis for the moral concepts followed by the population today.
The idea of natural law came initially from the ideas that Aristotle and Plato among other ancient
Roman and Greek philosophers found out. However, their different perceptions on various issues
of concern managed to conclude that the rule of nature plays a huge role in shaping the behavior
of the population. Some argued that ther...

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