EIRP Proceedings, Vol 7 (2012)

Considerations on the Right to Public Property

Adriana Pascan


From ancient times, property has been perceived as being something absolutely necessary for life as the human society could not have been perceived without property which was characterised in the doctrine as being “the matrix of the modern subjective rights”. According to the Bible, at the origin of the humanity, the owners of goods could only have been Adam and Eve, a social equity in an ideal world that could have existed in the pre state age and will continue to exist in a future world. We can therefore consider the property as being natural and necessary for humans. Without it the social organization cannot be possible as the property relations are the most important element in the production relations, together with the exchange activity between humans. The individual property is the indispensable condition for freedom.


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