According to Aquinas, the love of God and neighbor can be either based on Christian revelation or natural knowledge. If the former, the love precepts are the primary precepts of Christian morality; if the latter, the love precepts are the primary precepts of natural law.
Keywords Aquinas  natural lawl  love-of-God  love precepts  love of neighbor  normativity
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