This book discusses some of those ethical and political questions that puzzled several of the great minds of the twentieth century, such as Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin, Jaques Maritain, and John Finnis: the question of natural law and its relationship to a teaching of individual freedom and rights. Les mer
'Natural Law, Religion, and Rights' should be of interest both to students struggling with the meaning and contents of the natural law tradition, as well as to teachers and researchers working on the many-faceted problems of natural law and natural rights.
- St Augustine's Press
- 24 x 16 cm