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Explain the theory of Natural Law. In what way is the Natural Law Theory discussed by Aquinas different from that articulated by the ancient Greeks? What do you see as the strengths and weaknesses of Natural Law Theory? Give an example that highlights your point. Cite sources!

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Natural law the law of the universe that humans follow because they can reason and know to obey it. Reason is the choice of people who obey natural law. A positive law is one that is created by humans to control some aspect of society and while it may be based on natural law, it is natural law. Natural laws are those that are inherent and given by nature. For example the rights to eat, live, sleep without harm.

The Greeks applied natural as the rationale ...

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The solution is a concise explanation of the theory of Natural Law from its different articulation between Aquinas and the Greeks to its strengths and weaknesses.

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