The construction of intellectual property : a study in applied legal philosophy
Intellectual property law is pervasive and powerful. It affects the ways in which humans use ideas, information, knowledge and communicative symbols, and vast sums of money turn on it. But what (if any) forms should it take? This normative question occupies much space in the literature, yet its answer remains contested. Intellectual property laws continue to be implemented and expanded - often in the face of passionate and polarized support and opposition - yet the jurisprudential foundations...[Show more]
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