Podcast #10: The Rules of Property Owners

 Posted by on 29 September 2009 at 1:00 pm  Podcasts
Sep 292009

For Tuesday’s episode of Philosophy in Action Radio, I posted a podcast on “The Rules of Property Owners.” That podcast is now available for streaming or downloading.

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Podcast: 29 September 2009

I answer two questions on whether people are obliged to respect the rules of property owners to the letter.

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  • The context
  • Question 1: Is it wrong to sneak food into a venue that prohibits outside food?
  • My answer: Yes
  • Question 2: Was the guard wrong to allow an obvious violation of the rules?
  • My answer: That depends on his reasons

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