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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... professions due to their demography (aging population, low birth-rates, unnatural deaths in wars and slaughters). The Anti-Semite: Argument numbe... ...unions and meetings on opportune or critical occasions. This was true well into the 1950s. However, a series of developments in the second half of ... ...led in primitive societies to disputes and conflicts - including armed clashes and deaths. To prevent such recurrent and costly bloodshed was one o...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...d Silverstein stood out. Jordi showed a dogged ability to track down obscure 1950s songs that was almost scary. Addi- tional thanks go to Jennifer Ma,... ...urplus produced by enclosure helped to save a society devastated by the mass deaths of the sixteenth century. Those who weep over the terrible ef- fec... ...rgely, though not entirely, industrial. Imagine someone walking up to you in 1950, handing you a book or a record or a movie reel, and saying “Quick! ... ...an ordinary person would want, or be able, to engage in. In the world of the 1950s, these assumptions make some sense—though we might still disagree w... ...7278_u01.qxd 8/28/08 11:04 AM Page 52 their images should end with their deaths, and that courts would agree that those rights were tightly limite... ...ugh, as I said, I teach intellectual property law. You, probably, do not. In 1950 none of this would have mattered. Unless you were in some related bu... ...is happened. Intellectual property rights simply played a lesser role in the 1950s music business than they do today, both for better and for worse. L...

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