Law Without a Lawgiver? The Courts and Natural Rights (Video)

Law Without a Lawgiver? The Courts and Natural Rights -- Francis Beckwith

Francis Beckwith looks at how Federal Courts in the U.S. treat religious claims in the courts as possible claims of knowledge, before going on to examine the wider philosophical issue of whether we can have objective knowledge of natural moral norms.

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