Law of nature in the philosophy of science a stated regularity in the relations or order of phenomena in the world that holds under a stipulated set of conditions either universally or in a stated proportion of instances the notion is distinct from that of a natural law ie a law of right . Laws of nature laws of nature are to be distinguished both from scientific laws and from natural lawsneither natural laws as invoked in legal or ethical theories nor scientific laws which some researchers consider to be scientists attempts to state or approximate the laws of nature will be discussed in this article. Science includes many principles at least once thought to be laws of nature newtons law of gravitation his three laws of motion the ideal gas laws mendels laws the laws of supply and demand and so on. The laws of physics are generally looked upon as a paradigm of exactitude therefore one would naturally take it for granted that probably no other science would be able to give such a clear and definite answer when asked what is meant when we speak of a law of nature
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