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Freedom and Diversity: The Anticapitalist Revolution

  • Giulio SapelliEmail author
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Abstract

Nowadays the debate on the fate of the world economy increasingly includes a discussion of “natural rights to property”: the unwritten law embodied in history through the life experiences of communities that were once described as “primitive”. They have been gradually surrounded, more than incorporated, by the capitalist market and by societies such as the one in which we live.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of MilanMilanoItaly

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