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The 1st objective is to supply well-articulated options via pondering via hassle-free phenomena of brand new international, concentrating on privateness and the electronic, to explain who we're within the cyberworld - consequently a phenomenology of electronic whoness. the second one target is to interact severely, hermeneutically with older and present literature on privateness, together with in modern-day rising cyberworld. Phenomenological effects comprise techniques of i) self-identity via interaction with the area, ii) own privateness in contradistinction to the privateness of non-public estate, iii) the cyberworld as a man-made, electronic measurement with a purpose to speak about iv) what freedom within the cyberworld can suggest, while now not neglecting v) intercultural elements and vi) the ecu context.
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In a capitalist economy, all the players are engaged in earning income by deploying their income-sources in the competitive play. The linchpin that holds together and mediates a capitalist economy is money(-capital), the crystalline, pure, reified form of value that can adopt also other forms, viz. commodity, wages, profit of enterprise, interest and groundrent. The income type, profit of enterprise, can be capitalized as the price of an enterprise and ground-rent capitalized as the price of land.
E. the masks with which one identifies most closely, and may be taken as a blow from which one can recover or simply as an annoyance. The breaking of a contract, including contractual fraud, is a breach of trust, but this may be regarded as one of the risks of earning a living that even may be remediable in a court of law. 31 Eldred 2008/2011 Chap. 5 vi) b). 50 Ch. 1 Phenomenology of whoness: identity, privacy, trust and freedom What can be said specifically of the privacy of private property in contrast to personal privacy?
Locke attempts to ground private property by arguing from an imagined state of nature in which things are simply there for the taking. Such a natural thing which a man “hath by this labour something annexed to it, that excludes the common right of other Men”19 thereby becomes his private property. This grounding is spurious, but it does at least point to the justified or unjustified striving of individuals to gain useful things from whose use and enjoyment other men are excluded. The most basic appropriation of things of nature is land itself, whose history is full of violent exclusion of other peoples and persons from the land in order to secure it as the land of a sovereign power and as private property owned by a landowner, who well may have been some kind of 19 John Locke Second Treatise of Government in Locke Two Treatises of Government with an introduction by Peter Laslett, Mentor Books, New York 1965 § 27; italics in the original.