Full text: Semantics of ownership

A few subjects did list intangible items and a few used a 
recall strategy of listing unownable items. These tended to 
be natural phenomena, events that cannot be possessed, 
defended, contained, or controlled. Such characteristics as 
these might be criteria for ownability. However, the 
recognition that people cannot be owned suggests that 
controllability may be the critical criteria for entry in 
the domain of ownable events and objects. In any case, the 
full extension of the domain of ownable events ‘and objects, 
as well as the exact intensional criteria, have yet to be 
Second, the dominance of the Social Defensive criteria 
in the recall tasks suggests that it is appropriate to allow 
emphasis of the interpersonal aspects of ownership. The 
defensive stance represents an ownership orientation 
directed towards other people, more than towards the owned 
object. However, ownership also does appear to entail 
relationships between the owner and his property. The 
Favored Objects criteria and the Regular Acquisitions 
criteria were both highly rated by their respective 
judgement schemes. | In the framework, this would require 
that the OWAEE be a member of the set of potential users. 
rhe thesis did indicate several inadequacies in the 
framework of ownership. Most noteworthy of these is its

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