PHIL 137 - Puzzles in Innovation and Law
Issues surrounding innovation: what exactly innovation is; whether it is created or discovered; why the law should protect it; whether innovators have special natural claims over their innovations; and whether the law ought to aim at a set of rules regarding innovation that maximizes societal well-being.
Prerequisite(s): Upper division standing or instructor consent.
Grading: Letter Graded
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