Theories of Property: Aristotle to the Present
Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 25 вер. 1979 р. - 395 стор.
The essays in this book began as a contributions to a Summer Workshop arranged by the Calgary Institute for the Humanities, and haled at the University of Calgary from July 7 to 14, 1978. The Institute, which was founded by the University in 1976 for the encouragement of humanistic studies, has held such conferences each summer as a part of its programme of research.
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Aquinas Theory Of Property
A Contextual Reconstruction
The Mobility Of Property And The Rise Of EighteenthCentury Sociology
A Comment On Pocock
Bentham On Property
John Stuart Mill On The Theory Of Property
Marxs Theory Of Property And Alienation
The Ground Of Morals And The Propriety Of Property
F A Hayek On Property And Justice
Robert Nozick And The Right To Property
The Moral Dimensions Of Property
A Comment On MacAdam
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Сторінка 222 - THERE is nothing which so generally strikes the imagination, and engages the affections of mankind, as the right of . property ; or that sole and despotic dominion which one man claims and exercises over the external things of the world} in total exclusion of the right of any other individual in the universe.
Сторінка 131 - And will any one say he had no right to those acorns or apples he thus appropriated, because he had not the consent of all mankind to make them his ? Was it a robbery thus to assume to himself what belonged to all in common ? If such a consent as that was necessary, man had starved, notwithstanding the plenty God had given him.
Сторінка 109 - Men can be distinguished from animals by consciousness, by religion or anything else you like. They themselves begin to distinguish themselves from animals as soon as they begin to produce their means of subsistence, a step which is conditioned by their physical organization.
Сторінка 310 - Thus what I am and am capable of is by no means determined by my individuality. I am ugly, but I can buy for myself the most beautiful of women.
Сторінка 130 - ... upon a supposition that God gave the world to Adam and his heirs in succession, exclusive of all the rest of his posterity; but I shall endeavour to show how men might come to have a property in several parts of that which God gave to mankind in common, and that without any express compact of all the commoners.
Сторінка 289 - Only through the objectively unfolded richness of man's essential being is the richness of subjective human sensibility (a musical ear, an eye for beauty of form — in short, senses capable of human gratification, senses affirming themselves as essential powers of man) either cultivated or brought into being.