BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT NATURAL LAW:>What is The Natural Law?
Natural law is a philosophical theory. It involves the idea that rights, values, responsibilities are inherent in human nature.
It doesn’t require and should in fact replace political "order" which always inevitably results in chaos.
>Does that mean anarchy? But isn't anarchy basically chaos with no rules?
Anarchy is without rulers, not rules. It is the opposite of chaos. The more systematic laws we have, we are enslaved, which brings chaos. If you have internal anarchy, you will have external monarchy. But if you are a sovereign being with principles, you will have internal monarchy, which will result in external anarchy.
One example of natural law includes the idea that it is universally accepted and understood that killing a human being is wrong. However, it is also universally accepted that punishing someone for killing that person is right. The idea demonstrates that without the requirement of legislation, such beliefs are something that human beings understood inherently as wrong, without the requirement of law.
>Here is the difference between the Natural Law and the Man's Law:>https://imgur.com/a/MAT5RYD
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