ORDENS DE HABEAS CORPUS PARA PRIMATAS NÃO HUMANOS NOS ESTADOS UNIDOS E O PROJETO DE DIREITOS NÃO HUMANOS

PROCESSOS LEGAIS E ARGUMENTOS UTILIZADOS PARA GARANTIR OS DIREITOS DOS ANIMAIS NÃO HUMANOS

Autores

  • Michael J. Lynch University of South Florida/USA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.9771/rbda.v18i0.55647

Palavras-chave:

Criminologia verde. Direitos dos animais. Habeas Corpus para animais. Projeto de Direitos não Humanos. Steven Wise

Resumo

Questões relacionadas aos direitos dos animais (não humanos) têm sido cada vez mais abordadas na literatura criminológica devido ao crescente interesse na criminologia verde. Frequentemente, dentro da criminologia, questões sobre os direitos dos animais têm sido abordadas principalmente a partir de pontos de vista filosóficos, que omitem como os direitos dos animais são tratados de forma mais concreta por meio do sistema legal. Essa orientação filosófica em relação aos direitos dos animais, embora importante, tem levado à negligência das formas pelas quais esses direitos podem ser promovidos por meio de meios legais. Este artigo aborda esse último ponto explorando o uso dos writs de habeas corpus para animais promovido por Steven Wise e pelo Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) nos Estados Unidos. Grande parte dos esforços do NhRP tem sido dedicada aos primatas não humanos, e, de acordo com essa abordagem, esta avaliação foca a atenção nos esforços legais para proteger os direitos dos primatas não humanos. Além dos esforços do NhRP, outras possibilidades de utilizar a lei para obter direitos para os animais nos Estados Unidos são examinadas. Embora este artigo se concentre nas circunstâncias nos Estados Unidos, vários países empregam tais writs ou mecanismos legais semelhantes.

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Biografia do Autor

Michael J. Lynch, University of South Florida/USA

Michael J. Lynch is Professor of Criminology and Associated Faculty at the Patel College of Global Sustainability at the University of South Florida. He is recognized for creating the term “green criminology.” His research interests include radical criminological research, environmental justice, racial biases in the criminal justice process, and macrolevel models predicting crime and incarceration rates. 

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2023-08-01

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J. Lynch, M. . (2023). ORDENS DE HABEAS CORPUS PARA PRIMATAS NÃO HUMANOS NOS ESTADOS UNIDOS E O PROJETO DE DIREITOS NÃO HUMANOS: PROCESSOS LEGAIS E ARGUMENTOS UTILIZADOS PARA GARANTIR OS DIREITOS DOS ANIMAIS NÃO HUMANOS. Revista Brasileira De Direito Animal, 18(1). https://doi.org/10.9771/rbda.v18i0.55647