This piece gives a fair overview of Western European and American ideas of ownership. I was hoping for a more historically comprehnsive and worldwide compilation of views and especially ideas for ownership concepts and legal adaptations for the future.
Patriarchal concepts and laws that consider women, land and natural resources children as property in most of the world were unchallenged/unquestioned in this piece. "Property" describes without questioning the ethical basis and ramifications of Western ideas/laws regarding ownership. So three stars for description and one star for enquiry. No stars at all for failing to examine more concepts.
There is an incompletedness about the piece as it is. perhaps a companion piece with a broader information base would allow the listener/reader to begin to create new innovations that would make this world a better place for all those affected by ideas and laws regarding the concept of "property."
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