Animal Rights In Ancient Iran


  • Shobeir Toupa Ebrahimi, Hassan Jafaritabar


In Ancient Iranian Thought And Zoroastrian Culture, Man Is Known Along With Nature And In Cooperation And Harmony With Its Plant And Animal Phenomena, And Is Praised Due To His Responsible Behavior In Attitude And Monitoring Their Inherent Rights And Values And Adoration Of The Four Classical Elements, Water, And Earth, Fire And Air, Which Make Up The Body Parts Of Material Beings. In This Way, In The Zoroastrian Point Of View, In The Development Of This Idea, The Seven Forces Of Amesha Spenta Have Been Predicted Which With A Unique Soul And Psyche Named Ahura Mazda And In The Harmonious And Cohesive Systems, Represent Both The Various Moral Attributes Of The People And The Material Phenomena, Including Classical Elements Along With The Triple Lives Of Plants, Animals, And Humans. The Rights Of Animals In This Cultural System, From This One-Sided Point Of View, Are Viewed In A Valuable Context With Plurality In Unity, And Simultaneously With The Mixing Of Minoo And World, They Are Considered In A Valuable Context. For This Research, We Searched About Ancient Avestan, Pahlavi, And Persian Texts And Writings In Their Report And Introduction, And In An Analytical-Descriptive Way, We Sought The Points Of Monitoring And Praising Animal Rights And Based On Required Philosophical-Legal Support For The Optimal Approach We Learn About Social And Legislative Questions In This Area.





How to Cite

Shobeir Toupa Ebrahimi, Hassan Jafaritabar. (2021). Animal Rights In Ancient Iran. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 10(2), 3636 - 3643. Retrieved from