The Architecture of Law

The Architecture of Law

What is law? How should law be made? Using St. Thomas Aquinas’s analogy of God as an architect, Brian McCall argues that classical natural law jurisprudence provides an answer to these questions far superior to those provided by legal positivism or the “new” natural law theories. The Architecture of Law explores the metaphor of law as an architectural building project, with eternal law as the foundation, natural law as the frame, divine law as the guidance… (more)

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Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press (May 30, 2018)

Page count: 560 pages

Language: English


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