Conflict Resolution between the Human Law and the Human Conscience

Introduction

The human law prescribes the actions in the settings of a society as either just or unjust to its accord. The forbidden traits set in a community leads to criminality in reference to each trait. The human law thus justifies the settings in a community in its evaluation of right and wrong. The question of to what length right is good and to what extent evil is evil brings up the portion of the human conscience. Nature seems to have its alternate solution for order since its existence surpasses that of human beings. Its laws do not alternate in comparison to the human law. Nature is with a default setting whose configuration by human laws always ends up retrieving severe consequences. A case of deforestation to drought brings up an apparent reaction from Mother Nature with global warming portraying its unforgiving nature.
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