This text traces the complex lineages of thinking about private property from ancient to modern times. It challenges a number of deep-seated assumptions we make about the incontestability of private property by building a careful and extended account of where these assumptions came from.
Volume 1 available in print only. Classed as K720 .P54 2013
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Volume 1. Wealth, virtue, and the law v. 2. Enlightenment, Revolution, and History v. 3. Property in an Age of Ideologies.
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Print version record.
vol. 2-3 (2016-2020) ; For vol. 1 see K720 .P54 2013
Available in Other Form
Print version: Pierson, Christopher. Just property : Volume one, Wealth, virtue, and the law