The Law of Self-Ownership

Hello! I will be resuming my series on the concept of “self-ownership” in the next day or two. In the meantime, for convenience, I have compiled my previous posts on this subject below:

  1. Against Self-Ownership? Lit Review, Part 1 (May 10)
  2. Sophistry and self-reference: the Kantian critique of self-ownership (May 11)
  3. Competing conceptions of self-ownership and the ghost of Ronald Coase (May 12)
  4. In defense of self-ownership (reply to Barbara Fried) (May 13)
  5. Sobel’s Paradox (May 14)
  6. A common law solution to Sobel’s paradox (May 15)
  7. Are children and non-human animals self-owners? (May 15)

These posts are all part of a much larger work-in-progress that I am currently working on and that I will be presenting at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Association for Law, Property, and Society (ALPS) at Tulane Law School later this month. My project is tentatively titled “The Law of Self-Ownership.”


About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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