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The Nature of Government (Part 2) - The Meaning of Equality

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Published on Aug 18, 2013

John Calvin's second objection to a natural law based on God's reason: man is not created equal in an ontological sense. The spiritual equality and diversity suggested by our bodies. How, for the Disciplinarian Calvinists, fundamental inequality disproves rational natural law. The underpinnings of equality: God's will that "none should perish." The universality required of scientific, juridic, and moral laws. Natural law's universality proves equality. Equality as the fundamental tenet of natural law. The hierarchy inherent in natural law's equality. The Lockean liberal's need for a God. The Nuremberg Trials' use of natural law.

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