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Property is not a relationship between an object and and person.  Rather, it is a relationship between people.  The object in question is proper to some and not to others -- this is the relationship that rights to property establishes.  

But more generally still, is it really possible to bring ALL the stakeholders inside the corporate box?  Even in a film, for example, the collective can be sued or otherwise attacked by an outside party who feels materially offended by the film.  Or did you find a way to include that possibility too?  It would seem that in any collective action, particularly a commercial, political, or artistic one, there will always be stakeholders who you want to exclude precisely because they have a stake in the outcome that is contrary to your own.  How do you allow for that?

by santiago on Mon Mar 23rd, 2009 at 06:02:33 PM EST
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