1. Thomistic natural law as Darwinian natural right Larry Arnhart; 2. Ethical individualism, natural law, and the primacy of natural rights Douglas J. Den Uyl and Douglas B. Rasmussen; 3. Natural law, consent, and political obligation Mark C. Murphy; 4. The natural basis of political obligation George Klosko; 5. Law as justice Michael S. Moore; 6. The 'laws of reason' and the surprise of the natural law Hadley Arkes; 7. Natural law as professional ethics: a reading of Fuller David Luban; 8. Fairness in Holdings: a natural law account of property and welfare rights Joseph Boyle; 9. Natural law, natural rights, and classical liberalism: on Montesquieu's critique of Hobbes Michael Zuckert.
These essays address some of the most intriguing questions raised by natural law theory and its implications for law, morality, and public policy.