On 02/12/2013 10:12 AM, Louigi Verona wrote:
The difference is that in your marriage example, and in slavery, the
person is forced against his will to comply. The woman is forced into
it, the slave is also forced.
Work will get done when those who need the work will pay a reasonable wage.
Women will get married when they find someone to whom they are attracted
and who is attracted to them.
A composer is not forced. He can choose how to release his works. He
can copyright them and expect to profit from any sales, or he can
release into the public domain and expect nothing. Or, he can release
using one of the alternate licensing schemes and hope that people will
compensate him for his property.
It's not too unlike a guy who pays for materials and training, and then
builds a house. In deciding what to do with his house, he can:
1) charge people $500/month to live in it
2) let people live in it for free
3) tell people that they can live in it and give him some money if they
want to and can afford it
> As pointed out on my site, producing IP is necessary. How will people
How much of this is still state-sponsored in Russia?
My bands, CD projects, music, news, and pictures:
My blog, with commentary on a variety of things, including audio,
mixing, equipment, etc, is at:
Staat heißt das kälteste aller kalten Ungeheuer. Kalt lügt es auch;
und diese Lüge kriecht aus seinem Munde: 'Ich, der Staat, bin das Volk.'
- [Friedrich Nietzsche]
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