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Ownership as a Moral Right

In a previous post, I began an argument for the definition of ownership as the moral right to categorically control a thing. I also mentioned three lines of argument for the claim that ownership was a moral right: common agreement, the law and philosophical analysis. If ownership is a moral right, then it will be related to the virtues and vices. In fact, virtues and vices connected with property ...