Instead of seeking to establish intellectual property rights for indigenous biological resources and knowledge, it is more appropriate to seek abolishing intellectual property rights in life forms altogether

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Instead of seeking to establish intellectual property rights for indigenous biological resources and knowledge, it is more appropriate to seek abolishing intellectual property rights in life forms altogether

writer needs to use materials or read this books and the once i have attach already.

De Angelis, M. (2004) Separating the doing and the deed: capital and the continuous character of enclosures. Historical Materialism 12(2):57-87.

Brush, S.B. (1993) Indigenous knowledge of biological resources and intellectual property rights: the role of anthropology. American Anthropologist 95 (3): 653-671.

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Instead of seeking to establish intellectual property rights for indigenous biological resources and knowledge, it is more appropriate to seek abolishing intellectual property rights in life forms altogether

Paper instructions:

Instead of seeking to establish intellectual property rights for indigenous biological resources and knowledge, it is more appropriate to seek abolishing intellectual property rights in life forms altogether

writer needs to use materials or read this books and the once i have attach already.

De Angelis, M. (2004) Separating the doing and the deed: capital and the continuous character of enclosures. Historical Materialism 12(2):57-87.

Brush, S.B. (1993) Indigenous knowledge of biological resources and intellectual property rights: the role of anthropology. American Anthropologist 95 (3): 653-671.

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