Law of nature

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Law of nature may refer to:


  • Physical law, a scientific generalization based upon empirical observation;
  • Scientific law, statements based on experimental observations and describe some aspect of the world, implying a causal relationship;
  • Laws of science, statements that describe and predict natural phenomena.

Other uses[edit]

  • Natural law, any of a number of doctrines in moral, political and legal theory;
  • the "law of the jungle", the idea that the only "law" is for each organism to do whatever is needed to ensure its survival;
  • The Law of Nature, a 1919 American drama film directed by David G. Fischer.