This summer in Barcelona I took the ethics class, Computers & Society, co-taught by Merrick Furst and Irfan Essa. I composed a paper for the class on the importance of copying as a valid form of creation. I argue that the longer and more prohibitive copyrights of modern day harm our culture and creativity by tracing the use of copying in the past. I attempted to provide a new look at the the issue of modern copyright law with respect to past views of copyright.
Copying as Creating
Posted by Andrew Trusty on August 07, 2006
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