The composite of ethical concerns facing civilization at this point in history seems to indicate that the fundamental ethical issue is no longer that of interpersonal relationships, but that of the man-nature relationship. This is evident not only with regard to the ecological crisis and our concern for establishing an environmental ethics, but also in the implications of some of the new biological advances and the ethical questions they are beginning to generate.
Mellert, Robert B. S.M.
"Natural Law: New Clues for Contemporary Issues,"
University of Dayton Review: Vol. 12:
1, Article 14.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/udr/vol12/iss1/14