Here's a decent reference on the subject, "The Theory of Law and Civil Society" by Ágost Pulszky on the google book search engine. Good luck with the paper.
In Aristotle, the law of nature occurs for the first time as a technical notion and term, and is identified with the Divine, the absolute, universal, common, original and unwritten law, as contradistinguished from the human, the written, special, and positive law.
Are you referring to a specific Aristotelian text?
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