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Does the law common to i offer a way to protect and to claim damage to the earth we inhabit, beyond what is the property of i. Can i make a claim for damage to wild animals, trees, the waters, the earth itself being destroyed?

law common to i seems to be focused on the concept of property – a man or woman owning property – and seems to refer to the biblical notion of men and women having dominion of the earth. i am interested how this functions from a more animist perspective of being in unity with all of life, and all of life having sentience and agency. i do feel that if men and women of the earth were living in harmony with the law, then this destructive relationship with the rest of life on the planet would probably cease, but in the meantime, does the law common to i offer us the means to stand for other species and lifeforms?

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