Intellectual Property

[Revised entry by Adam Moore and Ken Himma on September 22, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Intellectual property is generally characterized as non-physical property that is the product
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[Revised entry by Adam Moore and Ken Himma on September 22, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Intellectual property is generally characterized as non-physical property that is the product of original thought. Typically, rights do not surround the abstract non-physical entity; rather, intellectual property rights surround the control of physical manifestations or...

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News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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