Saturday, March 16, 2013

Intellectual Space - Definitions of Key Terms

Intellectual space – a theoretical array of unique locations


Intellectual matter – that which can be understood through language


The Ludwig von Mises Test of External Reality – a thing is real and external to the human mind if it has the ability to condition the outcome of human events.


Intellectual object - an ascertainable, temporally stable and bounded pattern of intellectual matter which can condition the outcome of human events


Rivalrous – a quality such that use by one interferes with use by another.


Intellectual property – a non-trivial, homesteaded rivalrous intellectual object that substantially functions as productive capacity


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