Category Archives: property

Victorian Forever

/ Social Order / Property / … Social Survival / I’ve been commenting on Henry James’ What Maisie Knew over the past couple of weeks. Now my reading of the novel is complete I’ve got to say something not about … Continue reading

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Absentee Owners

/ Property / This morning I drank coffee while listening to Jan’s side of a phone call from a neighbor in southern Illinois, Jan still owns a hundred acres or so, with buildings, from when her husband was a professor … Continue reading

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Who Owns What?

/ Property / Whoops, my mistake. I just scribbled something, forget that I already had a post on a similar subject with the identical title. So, I read this one into that one. Property Menu

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Monopoly

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Commerce / Knatz.com to date has a module on monopoly in kleptocracy. Knatz.com has long had references, particularly throughout my FLEX* and deschooling* section, on Ivan Illich’s* concept of … Continue reading

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Generic vs. Proprietary

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Commerce / @ K. 1999 Generic means general, universal, etc. “Tissues” are a generic product. Somehow the Kleenex Company convinced millions of consumers to think “Kleenex” in place of … Continue reading

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Property, Existential Categories

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Property / pk-bk Dialogue @ K. early 2000s Property had been the foundation stone for the founding fathers of the US. “Pursuit of property” though got skewered, toned down … Continue reading

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Property Ownership

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Property / @ K. early 2000s Property & Ownership Property is a lot easier to acquire than it is to get rid of. Thoreau I understand how we live … Continue reading

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