Best Natural Law Books
Here you will get Best Natural Law Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. I NEVER LEARNED TO DOUBT: LESSONS I’VE LEARNED ABOUT THE DANGERS OF DOUBT AND THE FREEDOM OF FAITH
Author: by Jesse Duplantis
Doubt is a habit.You aren’t born a doubter. You learn to doubt over time, after being hit with the injustices and instability of this world. In this book, I’m going to try to help you go back in timeand regain what you lost.
The wonder of faith is a pure thinga childlike thingand it’s the only thing that works to access God and draw in what you really want. He doesn’t respond to need. He doesn’t respond to begging or pleading or wishing.
God responds to faith.Doubt has roots. From the beginning of my walk with God in 1974, I decided that if I was going to be a believer, then I was going to believe. I had a lifetime of doubting people behind mebut I learned in the Bible that God is not a man that He should lie.
I also learned that the roots of doubt must be pulled up in order to make way to receive from God. I began a new way of thinking all those years ago that I am still using today. It’s brought me joy.
It’s brought me success over the many challenges I’ve had. And it’s brought me great favor and full peace in a world filled with trouble. Doubt isn’t what you think. It’s not a passing thought. It’s not pondering the Word of God or reasoning with God, or even with others.
2. Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers
Author: by Nancy Mohrbacher
New Harbinger Publications
The Definitive Guide to Breastfeeding Your Baby Breastfeeding may be natural, but it may also be more challenging than you expect. Some mothers encounter doubts and difficulties, from struggling with the first few feedings to finding a gentle and loving way to comfortably wean from the breast.
This second edition of Breastfeeding Made Simple is an essential guide to breastfeeding that every new and expectant mom should own-a comprehensive resource that takes the mystery out of basic breastfeeding dynamics. Understanding the seven natural laws of breastfeeding will help you avoid and overcome challenges such as low milk production, breast refusal, weaning difficulties, and every other obstacle that can keep you from enjoying breastfeeding your baby.
Breastfeeding Made Simple will help you to: Find comfortable, relaxing breastfeeding positions Establish ample milk production and a satisfying breastfeeding rhythm with your baby Overcome discomfort and mastitis Use a breast pump to express and store milk Easily transition to solid foods
3. On Law, Morality and Politics, 2nd Edition (Hackett Classics)
Author: by Thomas Aquinas
The second edition of Aquinas, On Law, Morality, and Politicsretains the selection of texts presented in the first edition but offers them in new translations by Richard J. Regan-including that of his Aquinas, Treatise on Law (Hackett, 2000). A revised Introduction and glossary, an updated select bibliography, and the inclusion of summarizing headnotes for each of the units-Conscience, Law, Justice, Property, War and Killing, Obedience and Rebellion, and Practical Wisdom and Statecraftfurther enhance its usefulness.
4. America's Revolutionary Mind: A Moral History of the American Revolution and the Declaration That Defined It
Author: by C. Bradley Thompson
America’s Revolutionary Mind is the first major reinterpretation of the American Revolution since the publication of Bernard Bailyn’s The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution and Gordon S. Wood’s The Creation of the American Republic. The purpose of this book is twofold: first, to elucidate the logic, principles, and significance of the Declaration of Independence as the embodiment of the American mind; and, second, to shed light on what John Adams once called the “real American Revolution”; that is, the moral revolution that occurred in the minds of the people in the fifteen years before 1776.
The Declaration is used here as an ideological road map by which to chart the intellectual and moral terrain traveled by American Revolutionaries as they searched for new moral principles to deal with the changed political circumstances of the 1760s and early 1770s.
This volume identifies and analyzes the modes of reasoning, the patterns of thought, and the new moral and political principles that served American Revolutionaries first in their intellectual battle with Great Britain before 1776 and then in their attempt to create new Revolutionary societies after 1776.
5. Surviving the New World Order
Author: by Jeremy Stone
“Surviving the New World Order” provides the solution for the global crises set up for the citizens of America and all people living under World Government. A series of ten detailed steps and guidelines serve as a manual, offering insight into what every man, woman and child must follow to survive in the New Age.
6. Treatise on Law (Hackett Classics)
Author: by Thomas Aquinas
This new translation of the Treatise on Law offers fidelity to the Latin in a readable new version that will prove useful to students of the natural law tradition in ethics, political theory, and jurisprudence, as well as to students of Western intellectual history.
7. Beyond All Reason: The Radical Assault on Truth in American Law
Author: by Daniel A. Farber
Oxford University Press
Would you want to be operated on by a surgeon trained at a medical school that did not evaluate its students? Would you want to fly in a plane designed by people convinced that the laws of physics are socially constructed?
Would you want to be tried by a legal system indifferent to thedistinction between fact and fiction? These questions may seem absurd, but these are theories being seriously advanced by radical multiculturalists that force us to ask them. These scholars assert that such concepts as truth and merit are inextricably racist and sexist, that reason and objectivityare merely sophisticated masks for ideological bias, and that reality itself is nothing more than a socially constructed mechanism for preserving the power of the ruling elite.
In Beyond All Reason, liberal legal scholars Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry mount the first systematic critique of radical multiculturalism as a form of legal scholarship. Beginning with an incisive overview of the origins and basic tenets of radical multiculturalism, the authorscritically examine the work of Derrick Bell, Catherine MacKinnon, Patricia Williams, and Richard Delgado, and explore the alarming implications of their theories.
8. Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence
Author: by Gregory Cajete
Clear Light Publishers
In Native Science, Gregory Cajete “tells the story” of Indigenous science as a way of understanding, experiencing, and feeling the natural world. He points to parallels and differences between the Indigenous science and Western science paradigms, with special emphasis on environmental/ecological studies.
After discussing philosophical foundations, Cajete addresses such topics as history and myth, primal elements, social ecology, animals in myth and reality, plants and human health, and cosmology and astronomy. In the Indigenous view, we human observers are in no way separate from the world and its creatures and forces.
Because all creatures and forces are related and thus bear responsibility to and for one another, all are co-creators. Five centuries ago Europeans arrived on the American continent, but they did not listen to the people who had lived for millennia in spiritual and physical harmony with this land.
In a time of global environmental degradation, the science and worldview of the continent’s First Peoples offer perspectives that can help us work toward solutions.
9. Natural Law and Natural Rights (Clarendon Law Series)
Author: by John Finnis
Oxford University Press
First published in 1980, Natural Law and Natural Rights is widely heralded as a seminal contribution to the philosophy of law, and an authoritative restatement of natural law doctrine. It has offered generations of students and other readers a thorough grounding in the central issues oflegal, moral, and political philosophy from Finnis’s distinctive perspective.
This new edition includes a substantial postscript by the author, in which he responds to thirty years of discussion, criticism and further work in the field to develop and refine the original theory. The book closely integrates the philosophy of law with ethics, social theory and political philosophy.
The author develops a sustained and substantive argument; it is not a review of other people’s arguments but makes frequent illustrative and critical reference to classical, modern, andcontemporary writers in ethics, social and political theory, and jurisprudence. The preliminary First Part reviews a century of analytical jurisprudence to illustrate the dependence of every descriptive social science upon evaluations by the theorist.
10. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.
Author: by Charles Darwin
On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin was published on November 24, 1859. The book’s full title is On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. This book is a seminal work in scientific literature and a landmark work in evolutionary biology.
Darwin’s book contains a wealth of evidence that the diversity of life arose through a branching pattern of evolution and common descent – evidence which he had accumulated on the voyage of the Beagle in the 1830s and expanded through research, correspondence, and experiments after his return.
11. Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law
Author: by J. Budziszewski
Voted one of Christianity Today’s 1998 Books of the YearWith uninterrupted clarity, frequent eloquence and occasional humor, J. Budziszewski presents and defends the natural law tradition in what is at once a primer for students and a vigorous argument for scholars.
Written on the Heart expounds the work of the leading architects of theory on natural law, including Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas and John Locke. It also takes up contemporary philosophy, theology and political science, colorfully running against the intimidating tide of advanced pluralism that finds natural law so difficult to tolerate.
Throughout the volume, Budziszewski sure-footedly achieves his self-confessed aim of displaying the “subtlety, richness and intellectual surprise” of the natural law tradition.
12. The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social History and Philosophy
Author: by Heinrich A. Rommen
Originally published in German in 1936, The Natural Law is the first work to clarify the differences between traditional natural law as represented in the writings of Cicero, Aquinas, and Hooker and the revolutionary doctrines of natural rights espoused by Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau.Heinrich A.
Rommen (18971967) taught in Germany and England before concluding his distinguished scholarly career at Georgetown University. Russell Hittinger is William K. Warren Professor of Catholic Studies and Research Professor of Law at the University of Tulsa.
13. Trump Returns For 2025!: The U.S. VS China (Surviving the New World Order)
Author: by Jeremy Stone
For half a century the global elite have set the world stage for the two remaining world superpowers, the United States and China, to compete for the world’s dominance in technological, economic, and new emerging global markets. As recent deadlines have been set for 2025 through 2029, the window of opportunity for the absolution of world dominance over these industries is quickly shrinking for America, paving the way for Trump 2024 and the ultimate showdown between the East and West with the U.S.VS China.
Will a future World War be averted? Find out why Trump is scheduled to return for 2025 during this critical time in world history.
14. The Morality of Law (The Storrs Lectures Series)
Author: by Lon L. Fuller
Yale University Press
“Among the important books in the history of American legal philosophy. It includes insights into the relations between morality and law, and advances a theory of law of great practical relevance…. [This] is the best discussion of the demands of the rule of law in existing literature.”Robert S.
Summers, Journal of Legal Education”Throughout this profound, imaginative and keenly analytical work, [Fuller] demonstrates his continuing concern with the tension in morality and law between the ‘is’ and the ‘ought’. … A book of ideas should … Provoke and contribute new thoughts.
This book does both.”Barry R. Mandelbaum, New York Law Forum In this classic work the legal philosopher Lon L. Fuller explores the relationship between law and morality, distinguishing between the morality of duty and the morality of aspiration.