Intangible Property Norms (Articles)


Summary: The pursuit of balanced norms for intangibles promotes libertarian values, protects from harmful activity, and incentivizes future wealth production. Failure to pursue balanced intangible norms is likely to undermine the long-term relevance and influence of libertarian ethical, legal, and property theory.

State and Stateless IP

Summary: Government IP arguments are strawman in the context of Stateless Intangible Property.


Summary: "Only scarce goods may be property" is a Red Herring, and primarily based on Argumentation Ethics.

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