5 edition of Property and Politics found in the catalog.
Property and Politics
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||204|
Property in the abstract is what belongs to or with something, whether as an attribute or as a component of said thing. In the context of this article, it is one or more components (rather than attributes), whether physical or incorporeal, of a person's estate; or so belonging to, as in being owned by, a person or jointly a group of people or a legal entity like a corporation or even a society. 'A fascinating and richly detailed examination of contested and changing conceptions of intellectual property in the context of shifting regimes of biopower. A must-read for anyone interested in biopolitics and American law.'.
Property, or property rights, remains one of the most central elements in moral, legal, and political thought. It figures centrally in the work of figures as various as . Third, private property is clearly implanted in man's nature: His love of self, of money, and of property, are tied together in a natural love of exclusive ownership. Fourth, Aristotle, a great observer of past and present, pointed out that private property had existed always and everywhere.
But the book ventures into the larger political minefield of immigration, particularly the sensitive territory of Central American migration. By employing the third-person omniscient point of view. 2 hours ago “The rule prohibiting political activity on government property still applies, regardless of the Hatch Act’s exception for the president,” according to Kedric Payne, ethics director at the.
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This book is perfect for those that want to understand how developing countries must deal with instability in order to grow into more limited forms of government.
It also is an excellent analysis, based on hard research, of how property rights are formed even in the midst of political instability.
Highly by: Politics (Greek: Πολιτικά, Politiká) is a work of political philosophy by Aristotle, a 4th-century BC Greek philosopher. The end of the Nicomachean Ethics declared that the inquiry into ethics necessarily follows into politics, and the two works are frequently considered to be parts of a larger treatise--or perhaps connected lectures--dealing with the "philosophy of human affairs".
The People’s Property. is the first book-length scholarly examination of how negotiations over the ownership, control, and peopling of public space are central to the development of publicity, citizenship, and democracy in urban areas. The book asks the questions: Why does it matter who owns public property.
Who controls it. Who is in it. Donald Mitchell and Lynn A. Staeheli. Politics Aristotle Greece Economic HIstory Plato Communism Private Property When we turn to another famous ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle ( B.C.
– B.C.), we find little of the political regimentation that characterizes his teacher, Plato. A summary of Part X (Section2) in Aristotle's Politics. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Politics and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
Summary. Aristotle defines the polis, or city, as a koinonia, or political association, and he asserts that all such associations, like all deliberate human acts, are formed with the aim of achieving some adds that political association is the most sovereign form of association since it incorporates all other forms of association and aims at the highest good.
Beginning with a critical interpretation of copyright history in the United States, Bettig goes on to explore such crucial issues as the videocassette recorder and the control of copyrights, the invention of cable television and the first challenge to the filmed entertainment copyright system, the politics and economics of intellectual property.
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Ex-FBI agent Strzok due out with book about Trump, Russia The book will offer an insider’s view on some of the most sensational and politically freighted investigations in. The decision, he says, was “condemned by politicians and activists from across the political spectrum ranging from anti-corporate activist Ralph Nader on the left to controversial talk show host Rush Limbaugh on the right.” (p.
) It was assailed (predictably) by libertarians and conservative property-rights activists, but also (less. Short and accessible, this book interweaves a discussion of the geography of property in one global city, Vancouver, with a more general analysis of property, politics, and the city.
Reviews "This book makes a compelling argument for the importance of understanding the ways that hegemonic understandings of property underwrite gentrification and.
In can often be difficult to sort out the main point that Aristotle intends to make in Book II of the Politics because it is just a running commentary about the good and bad aspects of different theoretical and actual regimes.
Still, the comments that Aristotle makes about the various regimes reveal some of Aristotle's own ideas of the best.
1 On the following criticisms see Grote, Plato, 3, pp. 2 （1） ; （2） ; （3） ; also （4） other objections 3 In the mss. of the Greek ‘whereas—kind’ comes below after ‘ Arcadian.’. 4 As the best state consists of different classes, its unity is secured by each citizen giving services to society and receiving in return benefits.
In order to illustrate this primary theoretical argument of the book, Webb suggests that "common property" is the most useful category for conceiving the city as a site of the "properly political.". In the debate over slavery, Lincoln agreed with the radical Charles Sumner, whose pamphlet, “No Property in Man,” gives Wilentz’s book its name: “Morals is the true soul of politics.”.
The same political insight will enable a man to know which laws are the best, and which are suited to different constitutions; for the laws are, and ought to be, There are also among the notables differences of wealth and property- for example, like Plato, in their books about the state.
Property is a general term for rules governing access to and control of land and other material resources. Because these rules are disputed, both in regard to their general shape and in regard to their particular application, there are interesting philosophical issues about the justification of property.
This is a very important book. I am amazed by the research that Freund has done and the lucidity of his arguments. I am still in the beginning but I am impressed. An example is Chapter Two, "Local Control and the Rights of Property: The Politics of Reviews: 4.
Part I Our urpose is to consider what form of political community is best of all for those who are most able to realize their ideal of life. We must therefore examine not only this but other constitutions, both such as actually exist in well-governed states, and any theoretical forms which are held in esteem; that what is good and useful may be brought to light.
Aristotle's view on the connection between freedom and virtue, which was previously discussed in the analysis of Book I, explains his assertion that democracy is a deviation from the correct regime of polity.
Aristotle holds that "the presupposition of the democratic regime is freedom.".1 The Greek word had not acquired a specially political connotation as the English word ‘community’ has. 2 οἰκονόμος denoting a higher grade than δεσπότης is unusual. For their ordinary use see fin.
3 A probable emendation gives ‘that can carry out labor.’. 4 Uncertain: possibly a .This was very much reflected in his political theory which cannot be snapped of all ties with this economic and in particular his views regarding property ownership. With his liberal thinking John Locke viewed the ordinary views of rights to property, especially in relation to land as the primary entitlement beyond the prevalent system.