The way for the presentation of this statement on the natural law the importance of the natural law nor must it be thought that all of this distant laying of the ground was overdone or that the natural law was not worth it cardozo was right nothing is more important than the philosophy of law under lying the law 8. The legal philosophyof lon l fuller a natural law perspective discharged of any responsibility to be sensible the philosophy of natural law would embrace the following beliefs there is an ideal system oflaw dictated bygod by the nature ofman orby nature itself this ideal system is the same for all societies andfor all periodsofhistoryits rulescanbediscerned byreasonandreflection . Fullers theory of natural law is different from that of classical natural law but it still has a connection to natural law it cannot be 100 natural law but it can still be natural law hart objects to fullers suggestion that the principles of legality constitute an internal morality. Natural law is the obverse of positivism in other words the natural law perspective is diametrically opposed to the positivist perspective natural law is rooted in or based on moral principles whereas positivism is rooted in the concept that mans laws should be supreme in the simplest terms then one could say that natural law is gods
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