Animal Trials

Author: Edward Payson Evans
Publisher: Hesperus Press
ISBN: 9781843913825
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Two works separated by a blank leaf (page [106]); the second work originally published as: Modern and medieval punishment.

Governing Animals

Author: Kimberly K. Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199977178
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I. Medieval Animal Trials E. P. Evans's 1906 classic The Criminal Prosecution
and Capital Punishment of Animals describes the prosecution of weevils (or
charançon) that were ravaging the vineyards of the French hamlet of St. Julien in
1545. The complaint was brought by the winegrowers to the procurator of the
ecclesiastical court, who duly appointed counsel for the insects. The lawyers
argued their respective cases quite ably, but the court decided not to issue a
sentence. Instead ...

Soul Self And Society

Author: Edward L. Rubin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199348677
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See Edward Evans, The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of
Animals (London: W. Heinemann, 1906). See also Robert Darnton, The Great
Cat Massacre and Other Episodes in French Cultural History (New York: Basic
Books, 1984). Gary Steiner, Anthropomorphism and Its Discontents: The Moral
Status of Animals in the History of Western Philosophy (Pittsburgh: University of
Pittsburgh Press, 2005), pp. 112– 31. René Descartes, “Discourse on the Method
for Guiding ...

Animals And Society

Author: Margo DeMello
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231526768
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“Examined Lives: Teaching Human-Animal Studies in Philosophy,” in Teaching
the Animal: Human Animal Studies across the Disciplines, ed. Margo DeMello.
New York: Lantern, pp. 60–102. Evans, D. 1992. A History of Nature
Conservation in Britain. London: Routledge. Evans, E. P. 1906. The Criminal
Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals. London: William Heinemann.
Evans, Rhonda, DeAnn K. Gauthier, and Craig J. Forsyth. 1998. “Dogfighting:
Symbolic Expression and ...

Species Matters

Author: Marianne DeKoven
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231526830
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... they could not police themselves. There is a difference here, though, between
a delight in torture and an animal instinct, since animals are assumed to be
amoral in the acting out of violent instincts. There are several discursive
frameworks for explaining the origins of violence or a crime, then, at the turn of
the century: an animal instinct for survival, a savage drive to torture, a devilish
impulse for wickedness. As E. P. Evans notes in The Criminal Prosecution and
Capital Punishment of ...

Animal Husbandry

Author: Laura Zigman
Publisher: Dial Press
ISBN: 0307828328
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... were condemned to death; and as both the herds had hastened to the scene of
the murder and by their cries and aggressive actions showed that they approved
of the assault, and were ready and even eager to become particeps criminis, they
were arrested as accomplices and sentenced by the court to suffer the same
penalty. -—E. P. Evans The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of
Animals .3 5). IF THIS WERE A SCENE in the screenplay of my RAY'S OLD-NEW

Rethinking Criminal Law

Author: George P. Fletcher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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194 (goring ox not an “early instance of the imposition of 'objective liability' or '
guilt'") with Holmes 22 (“no difficulty was felt [in early legal systems) in treating
animals as guilty”). *See generally E. Evans, The Criminal Prosecution and
Capital Punishment of Animals (1906), * Foster 265. ” E.g., Calero-Toledo v.
Pearson Yacht Leasing Co., 416 U.S. 663 (1974) (lessor's interest divested for
lessee's transporting marijuana on board leased yacht); Goldsmith-Grant Co. v.
United States, 254 ...

The Mind Made Flesh

Author: Nicholas Humphrey
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780192802279
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Indeed, the most extraordinary examples of people taking retribution against
animals seem to have been almost totally forgotten. A few years ago I lighted on
a book, first published in 1906, with the surprising title, The Criminal Prosecution
and Capital Punishment of Animals, by E. P. Evans, author of Animal Symbolism
in Ecclesiastical Architecture, Bugs and Beasts Before the Law, and so on.' The
frontispiece showed an engraving of a pig, dressed up in a jacket and breeches,
being ...