PROPERTARIANISM’S PROPERTY, PROPERTY RIGHTS, AND OBLIGATIONS
CATEGORIES OF PROPERTY
0) Non-Property (Bring under total control)
….CONTROL: Total Control
….PURPOSE: Create Property
….YES: Constituo, Transitus, Usus, Fructus, Mancipio, Abusus.
2) CONSENSUAL POSSESSION
3) NORMATIVE POSSESSION
INSTITUTIONAL POSSESSION – “PROPERTY”
1) Personal (Private) Property (limited control)
….PURPOSE: Acquisition Inventory and Consumption
….YES: Transitus, Usus, Fructus, Mancipio,
2) Shareholder (Private) Property (very limited control)
….CONTROL: Very Limited Control
….PURPOSE: Dividends from Cooperation
….MAYBE: ?Transitus, ?Usus,?Mancipio,
3) Common (Public) Property (All Citizen Shareholders)
….CONTROL: No control.
….PURPOSE: Prohibition on Consumption.
….MAYBE: Transitus, Usus, Fructus,
….NO: Mancipio, Abusus
1) Constituo – Homesteading: Convert into property through bearing a cost of transformation.
2) Transitus – Transit: passage through 3d space.
3) Usus – Use: setting up a stall.
4) Fructus – Fruits: (blackberries, wood, profits)
5) Mancipio – Emancipation: (sale, transfer)
6) Abusus – Abuse: (Consumption or Destruction) Opposite of Constituo.
1) Non-Imposition : Productive, Fully informed, Warrantied, Voluntary Transfer(Exchange) of property-en-toto, Free of External Imposition of Costs against Property-en-toto.
PROPERTY EN TOTO (Demonstrated Property)
Personal property: “Things an individual has a Monopoly Of Control over the use of.”
….a) Physical Body
….b) Actions and Time
….c) Memories, Concepts and Identities: tools that enable us to plan and act. In the consumer economy this includes brands.
….d) Status and Class (mate and relation selection, and reputation.)
II. PERSONAL PROPERTY
….a) Several Property: Those things external to our bodies that we claim a monopoly of control over.
III. KINSHIP PROPERTY
….a) Mates (access to sex/reproduction)
….b) Children (genetics)
….c) Familial Relations (security)
….d) Non-Familial Relations (utility)
….e) Consanguineous property (tribal and family ties)
IV. COOPERATIVE PROPERTY
….a) Organizational ties (work)
….b) Knowledge ties (skills, crafts)
V. SHAREHOLDER PROPERTY
….a) Shares: Partnership or shareholdership: Recorded And Quantified Shareholder Property (physical shares in a tradable asset)
VI. COMMON PROPERTY
….b) Commons: Unrecorded and Unquantified Shareholder Property (shares in commons)
….c) Artificial Property: (property created by fiat agreement) Intellectual Property.
VII. COMMON INFORMAL INSTITUTIONAL PROPERTY:
….a) Informal (Normative) Property: Our norms: manners, ethics, morals, myths, and rituals that consist of our social portfolio and which make our social order possible.
VIII. COMMON FORMAL INSTITUTIONAL PROPERTY
….a) Formal Institutional Property: Formal (Procedural) Institutions: Our institutions: Religion (including the secular religion), Government, Laws.
WILSONIAN SYNTHESIS: LAW, MORALITY, PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE(TRUTH TELLING)
1) Morality: preservation of the disproportionate rewards of cooperation by a total prohibition on imposition of costs against property-en-toto.
2) Law: an evolutionary list of the accumulated prohibitions on innovations in the means of immoral actions: impositions of costs on property en toto.
3) Property Rights: The promise that third parties will warranty restitution and retaliation, and not retaliate for restitution and retaliation, for imposition of costs against property en toto in exchange for the same warranty from the defending party or parties.
4) Science: the discipline(technology) of laundering imaginary content, error, bias, wishful thinking, and deception from testimony, leaving only truth candidates.
5) Philosophy: The discipline(technology) of improving truthful testimony.
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