The ▲Church provides there are three domains of law. And according to its faith in these three domains there are three Laws to follow, Physical Law, Natural Law, and Social Law. It’s followers obey substantial, life, or human order. Read about a fourth law The ▲Church considers is possible on its Religion page Faith.
The ▲Church furthermore issued, in addition to the three domains, The Order of Law as a tenant of its faith. It starts with accessibility. Accessibility is defined by what is being ordered. Human life is being ordered by society, biology, and the laws of physics yet elements are being ordered neither by nature nor by judiciaries; therefore, Physical Law is accessible to society and Social Law is inaccessible to elements.
In terms of the three domains of law, second-order law is The Law applied to less a accessible domain and third-order law is The Law applied to a more accessible domain. The Law carries the prefix meta- when it’s second order law and it carries the prefix pro- when it’s third-order law. Second-order law is unjustifiable and third-order law is oppressive. Science of things transcending what is physical or natural is metaphysics, an example of the second-order of first law.
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