University of San Francisco Law Review
This article is divided into three substantive sections. Section I delineates Aristotle’s theory of the soul as laid out in De Anima. Section II defines habeas corpus as a legal concept and demonstrates under what circumstances it should be granted. Section III applies Aristotle’s theory of the soul as a structure whereby animals could be granted habeas corpus rights.
University of San Francisco School of Law
Charles E. Lincoln IV,
Aristotle and Animal Law: The Case for Habeas Corpus for Animals,
U.S.F. L. Rev.
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