Author(s)López Bravo, Carlos
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AbstractEl concepto de ley natural reflejado en los dos primeros capftulos de la Carta de San Pablo a los Romanos, significa, en la historia de la Filosoffajurfdica, el nacimiento de un nuevo lusnaturalismo, que con rafces en el pensamiento cliisico grecorromano, se fundamenta en la nueva dimension antropologica que proporciona el Cristianismo. A partir del posicionarniento crftico del Apostol ante la ley mosaica, se analiza esa idea de una ley no escrita que fluye de la naturaleza humana, estii presente en los corazones de todos los hombres, y acrua al servicio de la gracia y la verdadera justicia, representada por el Evangelio. Una ley natural que constituye ademiis prueba inequfvoca de la existencia de una etica y de una teologfa naturales basadas en la razon.
In the history of Legal Philosophy, natural law concept, reflected in both two first chapters of the Letter of San Pablo to the Romans, means the birth of a new Iusnaturalism. This concept takes roots in the greco-roman classic thought and is based on the new anthropological dimension that provides Christianity. From the Apostle critical view regarding the mosaic law, we can analyse the idea of a nonwritten law that flows from human nature. This law is born in men's heart and works for grace and true justice, represented by Gospel. In addition this natural law constitutes an unequivocal test of the existence of a natural ethics and a theology based on reason.
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