What if we connect slavery to ownership. Come on, that is not even worth responding too.What if you claim ownership of the whole island because you found it first, and the guy that shows up has to be yourslave to do anything on the island ...
It doesn't matter what you need. Do you have ownership of the orange or not?you don't need to make a claim of ownership on food, you don't need prperty rights to eat an orange.
What? I thought no one could own the island? I thought that was impossible? What am I missing?You need one to own an island and use that to exert authority over others.
As I said, the leaders restricted private property for their own gains be it the kings or the leaders of tribal societies.No it didn't, in Most middle eastern ancient societies you had no private ownership, it was relative and dictated by the kings/temples.
In the middle ages you had stewardship, in most tribal societies it was collective.