By commenting the case law, mainly of the Islamabad High Court, the work seeks to contribute to current legal debates surrounding the protection of animals in international law. More in particular, the case law is critically analysed to determine its limited effects over the evolution of international law. On the contrary, the methodological approaches of the judgments are the subject of a new reading in the re-definition of traditional anthropocentric models as they ultimately lead to an indirect, albeit not absolute, extension of the right to life to non-humans. Such a case law is also taken as an example to evaluate the current inadequacy of ethical grounds upon which protective patterns are currently

La tutela degli animali nel diritto internazionale: proposte per una rilettura del paradigma antropocentrico alla luce della sentenza Kaavan

stefano dominelli
2022-01-01

Abstract

By commenting the case law, mainly of the Islamabad High Court, the work seeks to contribute to current legal debates surrounding the protection of animals in international law. More in particular, the case law is critically analysed to determine its limited effects over the evolution of international law. On the contrary, the methodological approaches of the judgments are the subject of a new reading in the re-definition of traditional anthropocentric models as they ultimately lead to an indirect, albeit not absolute, extension of the right to life to non-humans. Such a case law is also taken as an example to evaluate the current inadequacy of ethical grounds upon which protective patterns are currently
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