October 28th, 2018 12:52 PM
FIXING LIBERTARIANISM’S FRAUD BY CONFLATIONARY SOPHISM (PILPUL)
||Investment(Action) > Possession (Possession) > Ownership (Property).
Don’t confuse the Imaginary(self), with the Moral (goal) with the Real (truth).
—“You can’t own an idea once it has been communicated.”–Wyatt Storch
You can however prohibit commercial benefit from that – we do it all the time. The question only whether an idea or anything else non physical can be used non-commercially
—“Yes you can threaten people and hurt them and take their stuff. But you can’t assign ownership status to that which cannot be owned without faking reality.”—Wyatt Storch
Well, no, that’s a conflation of terms. You are using ‘owned’ which means ‘insured by third party’, versus ‘possessed’ (fact), versus ‘demonstrated Investment,’ or ‘demonstrated property’ (moral, under natural law).
You can possess and use information, without consuming it unless you are the exclusive possessor.
You only possess ownership of property rather possession of asset if it is insured by a third party.
Everything else is simply deception by conflation.
So one can possess information, and one can exchange it, but whether one can sell that information in the market, where the market is ensured by the third party, is up to the third party not you.