What Makes a Person? Part Two: Nonhuman Personhood

The term ‘nonhuman personhood’ might sound paradoxical, but groups of scientists, activists and ethicists are campaigning to give cetaceans, primates and elephants the right to legal personhood. For supporters this move is long overdue, but critics note that our species still hasn’t been able to deliver basic rights to millions of actual human beings.

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