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The effects of simulation and its rules
Arezoo Hoseinzade1, Ali Chahkandinezhad 2
1- ph.D. Student , Department of Jurisprudence and Princples of Islamic Law,Birjand Branch,Islamic Azad University,Birjand ,Iran
2- Assistant Professor, Department of Jurisprudence and Principles of Islamic Law, Birjand Branch, Islamic Azad University, Birjand, Iran , Chahkandi@iaubir.ac.ir
Abstract:   (708 Views)
Throughout history, the expression of theories, inventions, and the production of new knowledge in the context of an unusual and unlikely phenomenon has always been a source of chaos among scholars and jurists. As for the human cloning issue, such an event was not unexpected. Human cloning technology, through existing knowledge, has created increasing concerns and concerns among scholars and scholars of religion, ethics and law, whose judgments require scrutiny. Investigating the effects and judgments of this phenomenon from different points of view is the subject of this research because it is one of the hidden issues of jurisprudence and law that its judgments and effects need further investigation. The legal rulings of the simulated human can be related to kinship, inheritance, nobility, will, guardianship and alimony. Regarding the legal effects and effects of simulation, it should be said that the human beings caused by the simulation have no difference from the point of view of legal provisions and that the most important legal effect of human simulation is the realization of similar ancestry. Because kinship is not the truth of the law but is a mystical concept, kinship is similar in many ways to being a productive scientist and is similar to that of his or her natural parent, and the custom of anyone who considers mother or father alike. That person will be ascribed and joined.
Keywords: Simulation, Legal effects and rulings, Ancestry, Inheritance, Custody, Alimony, Religion, Will.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/11/25 | Accepted: 2019/11/27 | Published: 2020/01/27


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