I think property is a crucial question, and have ever since I started to think about it as a child.
Unfortunately (I think) it's also a wicked problem (in the technical sense used by DeGrace and Stahl). Much more
pragmatic to bash opponents over the head with rocks until they leave your property alone.
Lee Corbin wrote:
> "Property and the Law" is not a burning issue with me. Obviously,
> however, I do find your writing interesting enough to seldom miss
> a post (unless it's really on a thread I know I have no interest
> in). But then I thought that about this thread too.
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