Law of nature



noun
1.
an empirical truth of great generality, conceived of as a physical (but not a logical) necessity, and consequently licensing counterfactual conditionals
2.
a system of morality conceived of as grounded in reason See natural law (sense 2), nomological (sense 2)
3.
See law1 (sense 8)

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