Secondly, if there is a law requiring follow him only people of a certain social status, or private individual and the remaining are not published either orally or in writing, it is also the natural law, and it is known by means of the same will and signs, that distinguish these people from other subjects. For every law, unwritten and not published in any form to those who make the law, can be known by reason only of the one who is obliged to obey him, and is, therefore, not only civil, but also the natural law. For example, if the sovereign appoint any public servant, not giving him any instructions as to what he should do, that the official is obliged to draw their instructions from intelligence requirements. So, if the sovereign appoints someone to the judge, the latter shall conform its decision to the fact that it considers reasonable to the sovereign; and since it is assumed that the sovereign is always striving for justice, and the judge should aspire to the same under the law. And if the sovereign appoints ambassador, in respect of all that is not contained in the written instructions, the ambassador should be guided by what reason dictates to be the most conducive to the interests of his sovereign. And so to all other ministers of the supreme power, public and private. All these prescriptions natural reason can be expressed in one word loyalty, forming part of natural justice.
Twisted Dark, Volume 6
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