A Groundwork for Rights:
Man’s Natural End
Keywords:Ethics, Natural Law, Human Nature, Right to Liberty, Principle of Non-Contradiction
This article emphasizes the natural law ethics and refutes the attempt to give Natural Law a different name. It carries on the proposition that the ultimate
ends, by its very nature, cannot be justified and, being so argues about what kind of defense, if any, can be given to such values. It also offers an argument to justify that a person must act according to their nature.
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