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The notion of natural law was to a great extent discovered by the
Greeks. Although formulated for the first time by the Stoics, there
are important precedents in previous philosophers and tragic writers.
Nevertheless, the coming of Christianity, by virtue of its concept
of creation, brought along a different notion of God and nature.
This meant a decisive change in the notion of the natural law,
which we will highlight in these pages.