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Which of the following is NOT an example of St. Thomas Aquinas' requirements for a law to be just?

Which of the following is NOT an example of St. Thomas Aquinas' requirements for a law to be just?


a.The law must be formed to promote a private benefit to the majority.

b.The law must be within the power of individuals to fulfill it.

c.The law must be widely promulgated.

d.The law must be consonant with a reasoned determination of the universal good.

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