This long awaited book by Peter Drahos is quite deliberately entitled ‘a’ philosophy of intellectual property. It is not simply a history of the philosophy of. : A Philosophy of Intellectual Property (Applied Legal Philosophy) ( ): Peter Drahos: Books. philosophical guide to the underlying principles and interests which . intellectual property law and practice that Drahos’ theory might again usefully be applied.
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The Justice of Information 9. Includes bibliographical references p. Abstract Objects in Productive Life: What are the implications for power and for justice of allowing this property form to range across social intellectuxl A philosophy of intellectual property by Peter Drahos. National Library of Australia.
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A Philosophy of Intellectual Property
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