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In my recent article titled ""Intellectual Property" a Violation of Real Property" I've laid down the reasoning behind my rejection of the intellectual property idea, primarily in recognizing that it cannot exist without the medium and that in fact it is the medium itself - a specific property of the medium such are the dents arranged on the surface of a compact disc or energy patterns within the brain, and so on.

I am required to read this book for a European history class. It is old, published in 1910, so it is in the public domain and on Wikisource. I found Chapter 1.6 relevant to this site, in particular the last paragraph: