There is no Moral Right to Intellectual Property

  1. The creator is harmed because she’s excluded from what she herself has created
  2. The creator is harmed because she’s denied control over what she has created.
  3. The creator is wronged by others benefiting unfairly from her creative effort.

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Nick Geiser

Nick Geiser

Political theory PhD. I write about politics and (social) science.