Origins of Private Property -Reply
EQDOMAIN.EQWQ.LROGERS at EMAIL.STATE.UT.US
Mon Jul 17 17:06:51 MDT 1995
>>> Jim Jaszewski <ab975 at main.freenet.hamilton.on.ca> 7/17/95,
...I've always been of the mind that you should never be able to
claim more than you or your extended family can use _personally_...
Same goes for productive land -- claims to more land than you can
personally plow/weed/water/etc. should be seen for what it is -- pure
are you referring here to modern industrial societies in part? I
would guess so for your "should" statement, and this normative
statement you would apply to future revolutionary society as well.
But you also refer to pre-industrial, pre-capitalist societies. In
that situation, do you think that people had such "avarice"? If so,
why would they? or why not? in your view.
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