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The economic principles of intellectual property and the fallacies of intellectual communism

November 14, 2010


Now that Stephan Kinsella has admitted that intellectual property is a negative servitude and has a legitimate precedent in property rights, the libertarian debate on intellectual property is all but closed. However, many libertarians continue to desperately cling to their fallacies, and so this document remains to guide them back to reason. Intellectual property rights […]

The ultimate justification for natural and intellectual property

October 29, 2010


Natural property is not materially a product of the labor of man, however it is scarce to find and secure and quickly runs out, thus to be integrated into a division of labor economy it must be owned privately. The same applies to intellectual property from copyrights. ┬áIt is impossible to argue against this without […]