Enfoques 19 (1-2):111-132 (2007)

La noción de ley moral natural ha sido en buena medida descubierta por los griegos. Aunque formulada recién por los estoicos, registra importantes antecedentes en filósofos y escritores trágicos anteriores. Sin embargo, el advenimiento del cristianismo, en virtud de su concepción creacionista, compo..
Keywords Ley moral natural   filosofía griega   cristianismo   pensamiento medieval   resignificación  Natural moral law   Greek philosophy   Christianism   Medieval thought   redefinition
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