Natural Law, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Politics of Virtue

UCLA Law Review 48:1593-1632 (2001)
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Argues that natural law theory provides no credible basis for objecting to the legal recognition of same-sex marriage and offers a two-fold defense of marriage equality: natural-law arguments against marriage equality are unsuccessful; and, even if they are; proponents of new classical natural law theory should still see legally recognizing same-sex marriages as reasonable.



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