Unformatted text preview: Primary precepts of natural law that we born with. Primary precepts of natural law: 1) We should, by reasonable means, preserve our being. 2) We should seek, by reasonable means, sexual union and the begetting and educating our offspring. 3) We should, by reasonable means, seek truths about God and live in harmony with other people. Secondary precepts of natural law are morally persuade ways and pursuing the primary precepts. Human law These laws are accessory but only binding if they follow the moral law. If a human law violets the natural law, we have a moral obligation to disobey. The natural light of reason – what we use to figure out secondary precepts – certain principle, which are self-evident, and knowledge and certain facts yield a conclusion about what we should do....
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- Spring '10