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Johnson's Beliefs on Natural Law
An analysis of Donald J. Greene's article on Samuel Johnson's beliefs pertaining to "natural law."
# 142353 | 1,500 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Philosophy (Science) , Religion and Theology (General)


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This paper is a summary and analysis of Donald J. Greene's article regarding Samuel Johnson's beliefs pertaining to "natural law." The case is made in this paper that Johnson believed in a scientific version of "natural law," and that attempts to place his views with that of a religious slant were largely speculative. Furthermore, the paper asserts that Johnson's own religious beliefs were never fully explored and his associations with other writers cannot be given as a reason to label his beliefs.

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"This paper summarizes and offers an analysis of the article written by Donald J. Greene pertaining to Samule Johnson's beliefs regarding "natural law." The foundation of this article is the examination of the opinion that natural law "is central to Johnson's political, social and general...""

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