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Critics of the notion of cultural appropriation, strangely, often defend the notion of intellectual property.
I’ve got plenty more where those came from.
What appears to be an independently existing self is actually a property relationship.
Point a finger at the moon to indicate it is already at the tip of your nail.
It cannot be appropriated, stolen, or divided.
To use the term “property” properly is to describe things whose claiming by a private entity does not constitute theft.
Marriage rituals from giving away the bride to shotgun weddings to the payment of dowry presuppose that a father has a property interest in his daughter’s sexuality. Father-daughter incest is the wrong which reveals the obscenity of this “right.”
Fictions like property rights do not make appropriation any more or less just; property laws are just rules for another game of chance and skill.