Peer-Reviewed Journal Continues the Debate on Natural Law
NEW YORK, NY – Pace University Press is pleased to announce the release of its annual journal Lex Naturalis – A Journal of Natural Law.
Now in its fifth volume, this peer-reviewed journal features articles on subjects ranging from Aquinas on the freedom of the conscious to the future of American democracy.
“MacIntyre, Natural Law, and Natural Rights” by Joseph Trabbic look at MacIntyre’s concept of natural rights, such as his claim that all rights are institutional facts, and how Macintyre’s ideas compare to Thomistic natural law.
“The Future of American Democracy: Personalist Natural Law” by R. Mary Hayden Lemmons, addresses the argument that the Constitution serves as a specification of American natural law that presents a key objective and universal truths justified by a natural law tradition reaching back to ancient Greece.
These and other articles provide a timely resource for current-day discussions going on around the world.
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