Psydoc:***AL, you imply by that the the natural law that was evident, in effect, and true at the time of the founding has been refined by history. A natural law is just that, natural, applicable to all, and immutable; therefore, it can not be refined by time.***
I told you explicitly what I meant. "Imply" has nothing to do with it. Let me try in a different manner. What is "self evident" is drawn from experience. What a generation thinks is self-evidently true has an empirical basis in the history to that time. But new experiences unfold with each subsequent generation, and these alter our perception of what is self-evidently true. We can acknowledge this reality, even as we acknowledge, and even insist, upon the immutable and..