Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

what are the distinctions between natural and conventional justice in aristole?

natural law and conventional justice


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Natural law is universal and applies to the entire human race, and is the same for all, and it is unwritten (though it can be written down). Conventional justice is a law made by agreement, that may be local, regional, national, or even international. None-the-less, conventional law and justice are similar to a treaty and agreed upon by the majority.