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Ashley Hamilton Criminal Justice 100 Day in and day out most people live their lives, careful not to break any taboos. Don’t pick your nose on the bus, or don’t talk about your sex life at work. But does the same apply to natural law? America Heritage Dictionary defines natural law as “a law or body of laws that derive from nature and is believed to be binding upon human actions apart from or in conjunction with laws established by human authority.” But this has yet to answer the question, “Is human conduct driven by natural law?” Another question to ask would be “Does natural law exists because of human conduct?” To answer that question I looked back to the ages when the laws weren’t written down. To an age where people were more primitive, and found my answer. Although the
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Unformatted text preview: humans were undeveloped, they still lived as nomads in tribes together, which tells me they had to co-exist. Without natural law humans would’ve been very barbaric, and not able to survive together. With this in mind, I do have to lean toward yes as my answer. There is no real way to tell. We don’t know when natural law was created or if it is just human instinct. I feel that natural law is one of my most basic instincts though. I don’t want to cause or inflict pain on anyone else, and I’m sure that’s the way most people feel as well. All information I found on early humans was from this website:
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