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Property is any physical or intangible entity that is owned by a person or jointly by a group of people or a legal entity like a corporation.
According to that, you are if you are owned. We could do that all day if we were idiots.
You apparently missed the point in the very post you responded to that already showed I saw where someone wrong might take the argument, and corrected it already. I'll repost it:
Semantics isn't going to get you anywhere...you can see that above.You can't escape it with semantics either. You can insist that "own" can't apply to a person, but we'd just then find a new word that you are comfortable with, that does mean "power to control ownership", and we'd plug it all right back into the same argument and get the same result.