Léon Duguit and the Propriété Function Sociale

@inproceedings{Babie2019LonDA,
  title={L{\'e}on Duguit and the Propri{\'e}t{\'e} Function Sociale},
  author={P. Babie and Jessica Viven-Wilksch},
  year={2019}
}
The dominant modern conception of private property has been and is liberal. Liberalism concerns itself with promoting and protecting freedom of choice for the individual—natural or legal—and groups of them. Private property is liberalism’s vehicle for achieving that objective—conferring choice—in the allocation and control of goods and resources—natural or manufactured, tangible or intangible—among individuals. Yet the last 35 years, and longer, depending on how one understands the scholarship… Expand

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