Plagiarism, Kinship and Slavery

Theory, Culture & Society, 31 (2/3): 65-91, 2014

28 Pages Posted: 23 Apr 2014 Last revised: 31 Dec 2018

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Mario Biagioli

University of California -- Los Angeles

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

In conversation with work on kinship and especially on metaphors of intellectual and reproductive creativity, this paper provides an analysis of plagiarism not as a violation of intellectual property but of the kinship relationships between author, work, and readers. It also analyzes the role of figures of kidnapped slaves and children in the genealogy of the modern concept of plagiarism.

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Biagioli, Mario, Plagiarism, Kinship and Slavery (2014). Theory, Culture & Society, 31 (2/3): 65-91, 2014, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2427977

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