A Short Course in Propertarian Morality
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—“CURT: PLEASE DEFINE “COMMONS”—

COMMONS – Originally, meaning Land or resources belonging to or affecting the whole of a community. More articulately: any form of property to which members of a group share an interests, because of bearing a cost to obtain that interest, but where that interest is obtained by an unspecified membership in the group rather than by explicit possession of title. I use this term to refer to both physical commons, normative commons, institutional commons, and informational commons. The problem we face with commons is that without explicitly issued shares, even un-tradable shares, the ownership of the commons cannot be protected from confiscation by various means including immigration, or political confiscation.

See Also

DEMONSTRATED PROPERTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
https://propertarianism.com/2015/07/27/property-rights-and-obligations/

A SHORT COURSE IN PROPERTARIAN MORALITY
https://propertarianism.com/2015/07/27/a-short-course-in-propertarian-morality-2/

A SHORT COURSE IN PROPERTARIAN REASONING
https://propertarianism.com/2015/09/26/a-short-course-in-propertarian-reasoning/

(Honestly people, the accusation that this isn’t accessible is simply untrue. It isn’t in COURSE form, but all the insights are there to consume as fairly simple series (lists). The ‘book’ is up there. The courses are not. )

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