Understanding Theories of Natural Law


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What are natural laws?

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1. Who was Thomas Aquinas?

2. What does the school of theological natural law believe is the source of universal moral truths?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this worksheet and quiz to engage the subject of natural law. Test yourself on what natural laws are as well as on the three primary perspectives on the source of goodness.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These study tools will help you to:

  • Define natural laws
  • Identify Thomas Aquinas
  • Understand what the school of theological natural law says about the source of universal truths
  • Determine that which is not a fundamental belief of natural moral law
  • Assess the three main perspectives on the source of goodness in natural moral law

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet will get you practicing the following:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on the theories of natural law
  • Making connections use understanding of the concept of the school of theological natural law and how it is connected to universal truths
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Thomas Aquinas

Additional Learning

Learn more about this subject with the lesson named Understanding Theories of Natural Law. The lesson will adhere to the following points of study:

  • Assess the background of natural law and how it was born
  • Compare and contrast theological natural law and nontheistic natural law
  • Define Platonic
  • Explain Hobbesian