Appreciating your point of view too... their are two concepts one is of copyleft and other is of copyright... fully agreed that upnishads and other religious teachings are copyleft ...how the same according to you is helpful in curbing crime?
Every 'think' is just like some 'manna', a light of enlightenment streak, not reproducible.
See Upanishads are much superior to your so called copyrights, patents, but yet that is freely quoted with any fear or favor but real credit goes to the great Upanishad itself, so too Ramayana of several writers versions (unless so called law makers gave this make believe IPR or Copyright regn quoting Dani v MP case), so too Mahabharata (several versions born from Vyasa's work like Ramayana of Valmiki), or any ancient lore like Inferno, Bibles, Qurans , Zorastar's works, and so on to quote. Fact is ' think' is only some kind of light of some enlightened view, same can never be reproduced, but some versions of your thought on that, when so every 'think' is obvious unique production not some machine production except your just print mechanism.
More the crimes, more the murders like Gulshan Kumar's then ; somewhere unnecessarily many people infringed by error innocently is accused and when convicted , you unnecessarily make one more 'criminal'; i need judicial review by very Apex court on these aspects 'suo motu' .
My view is how can there be an Intellectual property when it is just some space, so Milton Friedman Nobel laureate in Economics said there cannot be copyrights too, i am in tune with his think. In fact any thing considered as 'property' gets unnecessary kind of 'Asset' is developed, that only leads to crimes; does it mean we want to increase more and more crimes; i ask this question to all law makers across the world.
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