Iscuss Rev. Kings interpretation of Augustine and Aquinas as asserting that laws are unjust when they are not rooted in eternal and natural law…

Thomas Aquinas held that laws have force to the extent that they are just, and he quotes Augustineas dictum in this respect a?that which is not just seems to be no law at all,a? a principle which Martin Luther King, Jr. evokes in urging his argument to disobey segregation ordinances because they are morally wrong. Discuss Rev. Kingas interpretation of Augustine and Aquinas as asserting that laws are unjust when they are not rooted in eternal and natural law (p.8Off, 4t1 ed.). How can something fail to be a law simply because some men believe it to be immoral? Does the fact that King himself was jailed for breaking laws he believed were unjust prove that unjust laws are still laws? Can good judges uphold unjust laws? Were unjust laws a?uphelda? by the John Marshall Court in the case of The Antelope? (p. 157ff, 4th ed.) Explain your point of view.