the killing or attempted killing of an entire alien species; the killing of an individual alien; (also) a person who commits this act
Intelligent life forms whose technology is inferior to our own are not to be exploited or subjected to xenocide.
Lawmakers should define the crime of xenocide—the slaying of an extraterrestrial person by any other legal person.
Through these Nordic layers of foreignness we can see that Ender was not a true xenocide, for when he destroyed the buggers, we knew them only as varelse.
None of the other inhabitants of the station seemed likely candidates for such a flamboyant xenocide.
It’s not just about the morality of committing xenocide; it’s about enlightened self-interest.
But what she sensed was an aeons-old litany of surgical xenocide; of a dreadful process of cleansing waged upon emergent sentient species.
We would like to check the Robert Freitas quote from "Illegal Aliens" in its original appearance in Omni, November 1979.
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