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    Two Challenges to the Idea of Intellectual Property.Laura Biron - 2010 - The Monist 93 (3):382-394.
    Although the expression 'intellectual property' is widely used, it could be argued that the very idea of intellectual property is incoherent. After all, ideas are not like land, houses or clothing; surely they are not the sorts of things that can be owned? I shall examine two arguments - one ontological, one jurisprudential - that put pressure on the coherence of the idea of intellectual property, both leading to the conclusion that intellectual property rights are not genuine property rights, but (...)
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  2. Social Value Judgements in Healthcare: A Philosophical Critique.Laura R. Biron, Ruth Faden & Benedict Rumbold - unknown
     
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    Getting Down to Business.Laura Biron & Dominic Scott - 2010 - The Philosophers' Magazine 49 (49):71-74.
    Some people have objected that the very idea of philosophy in business is an oxymoron. But why? Does philosophy have to be, by its very nature, other-worldly? If so, how could there be such a thing as political philosophy? Perhaps some would say that philosophers who become involved in business are engaging in a kind of intellectual prostitution. But studying business is different from being paid by business.
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    Authorship, Aesthetics and the Artworld: Reforming Copyright’s Joint Authorship Doctrine.Laura Biron & Elena Cooper - 2016 - Law and Philosophy 35 (1):55-85.
    This article considers the extent to which insights from the philosophy of art can assist copyright law in identifying the author or authors of works to which many have contributed. In doing so, it looks to institutional theories of art, which go beyond a simple bifurcation of ‘author’ and ‘work’, and focus instead on broader determinants of an art work’s production, such as the ‘artworld’. It puts forward a framework focusing on three components of authorship supported by these theories: role, (...)
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    Creative Work and Communicative Norms: Perspectives From Legal Philosophy.Laura R. Biron - unknown
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    The Author Strikes Back: Mutating Authorship in the Expanded Universe.Laura R. Biron & Lionel Bently - unknown
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    Public Reason, Communication and Intellectual Property.Laura R. Biron - unknown
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  8. Getting Down to Business.Laura Biron & Dominic Scott - 2010 - The Philosophers' Magazine 49:71-74.
    Some people have objected that the very idea of philosophy in business is an oxymoron. But why? Does philosophy have to be, by its very nature, other-worldly? If so, how could there be such a thing as political philosophy? Perhaps some would say that philosophers who become involved in business are engaging in a kind of intellectual prostitution. But studying business is different from being paid by business.
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