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Property 1: Entire Course Perfectly Summarised

3014LAW - Property 1

Elite 23 Pages Complete Study Notes Year Uploaded: 2020

HERE IS EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR PROPERTY 1! Avoid any unnecessary hours of study and stress, these notes are massive time savers and will make the course a piece of cake. How would you feel if I tell you that with these notes you can have a 6 or 7 without actually doing the readings? Yes, not only have I summarised the entirety of the content, but I have also added the readings and "authorities" from where each piece of information comes from. You could even paraphrase these summaries into the final exam and reference the readings as if you actually went through them! These notes can be both taken into the final exam and they can also be used for facilitating individual studies throughout the trimester/semester (they cover all the assessable topics). Although they are primarily for Griffith University students, the specialised notes can still be used by students from other universities in Queensland. List of topics: - Justifications & Boundaries - Property Jargon - Copyright at Law - Justifications of Property (Macpherson, 1962: Political Theory) - Counter Justifications - Philosophers - Thomas Hobbes (Sabine & Thorsen, 1973: History of Political Theory) - John Locke (Freeman, 2001: Natural Law and the Social Contract) - Georg Hegel - Karl Marx and Neo-Marxists - Postmodernism - Postmodernism and Liberalism - Postmodernism and Marxism - Standpoint Theory and Intersectional Critique - Women and Property - Three Explanations for Gender Property Inequality - Social Construction of Gendered Property Inequality - Colonisation, Sovereignty, Dispossession, and Property - Mabo and Native Title - Contrasting Hobbes and Locke - Contrasting Locke v Hegel - Contrasting Hobbes, Locke, Hegel, and Marx - Proprietorship


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