Naitural law (Laitin: ius naturale, lex naturalis) is a filosofie that certeen richts are inherent bi virtue o human naitur endowed bi "God" or anither "Divine" soorce, an can be unnerstuid universally throu human raison. Historically, naitural law refers tae the uise o raison tae analyze human naitur tae deduce bindin rules o moral behaviour frae "God's" creaution o humans. The law o naitur, as determined bi naitur, is universal.[1]


  1. Strauss, Leo (1968). "Natural Law". International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Macmillan.