in rerum natura meaning

  "in rerum natura" in a sentence
  • /in rēˈrəm nə-tūˈrə or rāˈrŭm na-tooˈrä/
      In the nature of things


  1. Coke noted that the murder victim must have been " a reasonable creature " in rerum natura " ", in accordance with the standards of murder in English law.
  2. Under the born alive rule, the fetus was not considered a " reasonable being " " in Rerum Natura "; and abortion was not treated as murder in English law.
  3. William Staunford first formulated the born alive rule in accordance with the definition of Murder in English law, which states that the victim be " a reasonable creature " in rerum natura ", " language which dates back to the Leges Henrici Primi.

Related Words

  1. in relation to meaning
  2. in relation to so or sth meaning
  3. in rem meaning
  4. in rem jurisdiction meaning
  5. in remission meaning
  6. in respect of meaning
  7. in respect to meaning
  8. in retrospect meaning
  9. in return meaning
  10. in return for meaning
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