Friday, November 23, 2012

Human Monster


Legal Definition of Human Being is....a monster?
human being See MONSTER.
—Ballentine's Law Dictionary (1930)

monster A human being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal. A monster hath no inheritable blood, and cannot be heir to any land.
—Ballentine's Law Dictionary (1930)

"Monstrous Rhetoric"
For example, children born of prostitutes are “monsters,” according to Roman law, since they have a human nature crossed with the “bestial characteristic of having been born of vagabond or uncertain unions.”…
monster = bastard ?

 Medieval World
6. Christians, barbarians and monsters

MONSTER - An animal which has a conformation contrary to the order of nature.
A monster, although born of a woman in lawful wedlock, cannot inherit. Those who have however the essential parts of the human form and have merely some defect of confirmation, are capable of inheriting, if otherwise qualified.
No living human birth, however much it may differ from human shape, can be lawfully destroyed.

Are you a legal monster? lol

Why Human Being as Monster or vise verse?

Additional Details

Is it why ask 'Are you a human being' in Buddhism?

Ballentine's Law Dictionary is officially accepted in Law societies (internationally).
Do not confuse legal English with business or general English.

As per the legal definition, offspring from a union of lawful & outlaw entities sounds to be a 'bastard'.
Example: fatherless child according to Birth Certificate
They can be seen/classified as sociopath who kill to the legal social system.

Why promote such insult and discrimination for people, who become members (citizens) of that society?

It is similar to Aboriginals (Ab+Originals), sounds like Ab+normal, relative to the legal system.
In your general online reference: Point 4
4. Having the form of a human.
It opens the possibility for 'Monster'.


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