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By Luc J, Professor Wintgens
This ebook establishes legisprudence, not like jurisprudence, as a felony concept of rational law-making. It means that by means of rejecting the typical knowledge in regards to the nature of political law-making, laws can be enhanced and streamlined. utilizing the equipment, theoretical insights and instruments of present felony concept and philosophy of legislations in a brand new manner, the booklet indicates the construction of legislation through legislators instead of executive. elevating new questions and difficulties of the validity of norms, the publication opens a brand new viewpoint on legitimacy of norms, their that means and the constitution of the criminal process. In distinguishing legitimacy and legitimation of legislation, the e-book ventures into the philosophical roots of felony conception and indicates the articulation of a brand new perception of sovereignty. In moving the emphasis to the placement of the legislator and laws, this e-book opens a couple of new insights into the connection among legislative difficulties and felony conception. Its major declare is that laws could be justified via the legislator.
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Since good is what he commands, it is possible that he commands that he be hated, on the basis of which those who hated him most will be saved. Or maybe not, because again God owes nothing to his creatures. The result of this is that the faithful do not know what must ‘really’ be done as a matter of ‘good’ found ‘out there’. All that must be done is to obey the commandments of God as they are revealed, without any hope of salvation. Because of the arbitrary nature of divine commandments, not only their content but also the consequences of following them are undetermined.
The existence of the lex aeterna can be observed within the order of reality, as a sign of God’s wisdom. According to this version, God is free to create, but not free to create whatever he wants. Were he free to create whatever he wants, then he could destroy the order of reality as it is contained in the lex aeterna. This would involve a contradiction which even God’s will cannot afford because he is bound by the principle of non-contradiction. The priority of intellect over will in God, as Aquinas pointed out,32 may itself be hard to grasp, because it limits God’s freedom even if this is understood as a selflimitation of God.
Like his creatures, God is a singular being. Unlike his creatures, however, he is radically simple in that he is not composed of two or more things. Because of this radical simplicity, both his will and intellect 21 This is Descartes’ interpretation of divine omnipotence. God could have created a plurality of worlds, indeed, he could have created a mess. Because of his goodness though, he created a world that we are able to understand. The principle of non-contradiction that makes human knowledge possible is an arbitrary creation of God; see Descartes 1996b: 118–20; 1996i: 232–3 (answers to the sixth objections).