"Monopoly: A monopoly is an economic condition in which a company, organization, or person has enough power over a certain product, service, or even industry, that they set the terms for others' accessibility to that product or service."See, you're simply showing your contempt here.
And demonstrate, please, which you have never done, exactly HOW, if I write and record a song, I've "monopolized" the creation and sales of music?
Can you explain how a label not allowing anyone else to sell a particular product is not a monopoly?
What? You want Bible passages on IP?Show me passages on property rights and how intellectual property is excluded. Also, show me the enforcement division.
In the Bizzaro World of "intellectual property," the content on a CD that I forked over hard-earned money for is not my property at all, but the abstract idea that the original producer still exclusively owns the "rights" to what is on my CD is enforceable by law. Truly insane; a total violation of property rights and freedom of contract.No. I'm saying that what you THINK is "your property" isn't. You can scream all day that it is; it won't make it so.
You don't actually know that much about property, even the Western concept of it, do you?
I think you should look up the term "fee simple determinable."
A "sale" entails exactly what is in the sales contract.
Yes. Except it's not your property.
Sounds like the definition of government.There's nothing ideal about anarchy. Under it, your "rights" are defined exactly by the extent to which you or your faction are able to withstand assault from another faction. There is no higher authority than brute force.
The mature mind knows that allowing the free market to operate is the ideal. Only the juvenile hold onto the naïve hope that government can save them from their woes.(It's typically the realization of that point where the mature mind abandons the idea of anarchy.)
Actually its mercantilist, but since "socialism" seems to be used for any government intervention these days it certainly applies here.There's nothing "socialist" about intellectual property in any way, shape, or form. In fact, it's YOU who argue that intellectual property is public property, so that makes YOU the socialist.
Either way, "intellectual property" is 100% entirely incompatible with a free market capitalist system.
Really, when did I ever appeal to authority?As I said, only appeals to false authority are invalid. But you appeal to "nature" or "God" as your authority.
So, show me the clauses of God's or nature's law which show you to be correct. Let's see it.
I argue right and wrong. Thus far your side has done nothing but appeal to government and established precedent in a vain attempt to shut down all discussion.
And any appeal to authority as proof that something is right is a logical fallacy.