John Finnis

Professor of Law and Legal Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Oxford, where he was a Tutorial Fellow of University College and a teaching member of the Faculty of Law from 1966 to 2010, and a member of the Sub-Faculty of Philosophy from 1987 to 2010




What is New Classical Natural Law Theory?


New Classical Natural Law: Critics, God, and the Human Function


How does the natural law tradition handle the diversity of moral practices and moral disagreement?


How do we discern basic goods?


How is morality related to basic goods?


How does culture affect our moral thinking?


How does ‘intelligibility’ relate to the argument for God?


How does the natural law relate to the will of God?


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