Why Do Philosophers Talk so Much and Read so Little About the Stone Age? False factual claims in appropriation-based property theory

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The libertarian argument for private property relies on dubious factual claims about how property develops, how well off people are in pre-property-rights societies, and how much freer people are under capitalism than in pre-property-rights societies.

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Anarcho-capitalism exists; landownership just happens to be dominated by about 200 corporations called governments.
Karl Widerquist, "Why Do Philosophers Talk so Much and Read so Little About the Stone Age? False factual claims in appropriation-based property theoryWhy Do Philosophers Talk so Much and Read so Little About the Stone Age? False factual claims in appropriation-based property theory"