What a long winded way to make a simple point. Duh! Scientific laws are not the same thinga as 'legal laws." Scientific Laws are ‘descriptive’ not ‘prescriptive.’ As descriptors, they have their limitations.
Where did you ever get such an idea? Laws are created by men. Are you playing the equivocation fallacy game and trying to misuse the word ‘Law’ in as many ways as possible to make a point?
Of course I know the difference between scientistic law and jurisprudential law, silly! I am simply making the point that jurisprudence employs the self-same Aristotelian cinesiological principle as science, wherein matter is in motion moved by something other than itself…while, all the while, human freedom is not in fact moved by given law, but, rather, by desideratum, i.e., by that which it intends to bring to pass.
I am not trying to misuse the term ‘law’, I am overthrowing the notion of law by pointing out that law is ontologically unintelligible, i.e., men do not originate their acts on the basis of what is, like a law, rather, our acts originate ex nihilo, out of the nothing which is the future which we are continually ushering into the world.
I formed the idea that language of law is not determinative of human conduct by studying Sartre’s ontological description of the mode of origin of a human act.
Science; scientist; scientific; scientistic, all are birds of the same feather when speaking about the scientistic view of the world, which is the consideration of matter in motion moved by force. We now mistakenly see law as a force which moves the matter which is human beings, which is a misapplication of the scientistic weltanschauung, because free men are not moved by outside forces like law, they are self-movent and originate their actions via the double nihilation…
I did that back in Las Vegas. I was in the elevator with my girlfriend going up at the Luxor. It wasn’t just us in the elevator. There were 4 other people. I felt it coming on. I really needed to fart, bad. SO I let it out. It was silent and deadly. As I felt the hot gas fizzing out of my ass. It burned my hole as it came out. I filled the elevator with the smell full of rotten eggs and battery acid. As my girlfriend looked at me, I knew & she knew that it was me. Her eyes turned red and began to water & people began to cough in the elevator.
My OP constitutes a disproof of the deity of “God” by explaining that a God who thinks man can be controlled by law does not in fact understand how we human beings actually tick; and, by mistakenly attempting to control man via His Law, shows Himself not a deity who created man, which deity would know that human action does not, cannot, orginate on the basis of given states of affairs like law…
My position is grounded upon existentialist thought which is the most difficult in the world to understand. If you have no background in or familiarity with “Being and Nothingness” by J.P. Sartre, the most difficult book in the world, it will appear to you to be gobbly-gook, when, in fact, it is profound scholarship originally written in French during the 1930’s.