[LINK] copyright is not property
rick at praxis.com.au
Thu Jun 17 15:48:56 EST 2004
Deus Ex Machina wrote:
> I dont have time to go over all the arguments in these links
> but some of these are deeply flawed.
> now swap breach of copyright with tresspassing. say to escape the tiger
> you have to go through someones property but you cant because they have
> put a fence around it. the tiger dines. does this mean there is
> a moral argument against physical property rights? unlikely.
The above is a fallacious argument: proof by analogy is fraud.
Your substitution isn't worthy of argument in the context of
A case of the Vic pot calling the libertarian kettles black.
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