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"Natural Law and the US Supreme Court since Roe v. Wade" is a critical examination of US Supreme Court cases since the Roe v. Wade decision in light of natural law reasoning and principles. It incisively reviews textual opinions of the various justices and attempts to discern the influence of natural law jurisprudence on modern-day decisions.
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Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. A Short Summary of the Natural Law Tradition; 2. The Content and Substance of the Natural Law; 3. Natural Law and Abortion: A Post-Roe Evaluation; 4. Natural Law and the Supreme Court: Sexuality, Sexual Attraction, and Procreation; 5. Natural Law and the Supreme Court: Suicide, Euthanasia and Mercy Killing; 6. Natural Law, Religious Expression and the Freedom to Believe; Index.
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Print version: Nemeth, Charles P., 1951- Natural law jurisprudence in U.S. Supreme Court cases since Roe v. Wade. London : Anthem Press, 2020