Morality and Obedience
This short opus is part of a collection of a larger body of work, which is dedicated to the subject of legal obligation. This installment focuses on issues pertaining to natural law. The goal here is to elucidate the intellectual essentiality of citizen obedience. The goal here is to make the case that, while in theory the notion of natural law seems to contradict the concept known as positive law, with legal obligation (in practice), any distinction, if it were to exist at all, is negligible. This text examines the degree to which natural law (as understood) could explicate the reason people may feel obligated to obey laws. The book further explores the rationale for legal obedience in terms of morality and reason. It examines popular legal precepts, notably positive law and other doctrines related to natural law.