Sir William Blackstone on the Creators law

"Man, considered as a creature, must necessarily be subject to
the laws of his Creator, for he is entirely a dependent being….And,
consequently, as man depends absolutely upon his Maker for
everything, it is necessary that he should in all points conform to his
Maker’s will…this will of his Maker is called the law of nature. These
laws laid down by God are the eternal immutable laws of good and
evil…This law of nature dictated by God himself, is of course superior
in obligation to any other. It is binding over all the globe, in all countries,
and at all times: no human laws are of any validity if contrary to this…
                                                            Sir William Blackstone

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2 Responses to Sir William Blackstone on the Creators law

  1. Iowa says:

    "The great non sequitur committed by defenders of the State,including classical Aristotelian and Thomist philosophers,is to leap from the necessity of society to the necessity of the State."– Murray N. Rothbard(1926-1995) Dean of the Austrian School of Economics"Socialism is but Catholicism addressing itselfnot to the soul but to the sense of men…[Both implore you to] accept authority,accept the force which it employs,resign yourself to all-powerful managers,give up the free choice and the free act…They both seek to sacrifice man."– Auberon Herbert(1838-1906) English author"Blessings of the state, blessings of the masses. …Work hard, increase production, prevent accidents, and be happy."– Big BrotherSource: George Lucas\’s movie, THX 1138

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