There is no such thing as human law. Why Kant and his adversaries were wrong about Morality and Moral Law.

Human law cannot survive because it is never objective. Its use has always depended on subjective morality. In contrast objective or moral law applies even if there is no defense of it.  Satyagraha was a complete system to deal with subjective morality’s ambitions. Hence, the prophecy that when law is moral it is for the purpose of governing blindness to sin. The best anyone can do is to apply this morality that accounts for terrorists and saints.

Kant and adversaries

Kant and adversaries.