The origin of property: Ockham, grotius, Pufendorf, and some others

A passage on the origin of property in Grotius, De iure praedae , pp. 226-230 [Note 1] seems to contain echoes of the controversy between pope John XXII and William of Ockham on Franciscan poverty. Grotius's note (b) on p. 227 refers to the decretals..
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Esther D. Reed (2006). Property Rights, Genes, and Common Good. Journal of Religious Ethics 34 (1):41-67.

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