Re: When is an MP3 NOT a nonrival, nonexcludable good?

From: Lee Daniel Crocker (
Date: Thu Oct 25 2001 - 12:41:01 MDT

> You may be among the few individuals who do things motivated by right
> and wrong. Sadly, most others are insipred by maximizing their
> material benefit and minimizing their material cost. Or at least
> that's what they were teaching in economics last time I took a class
> in it.

Hey, speak for yourself. I happen to think right and wrong are
excellent criteria for choosing actions. In fact I'm pretty much an
absolutist on the issue. I just don't confuse them with legal and
illegal, as Brian seems to.

Lee Daniel Crocker <> <>
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