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The essence of property?

Posted by Crystal Bourbeau on November 18, 2001 at 21:53:40:

What are the implications of investing yourself into your property or your land. In several films, we see people defining themselves according to their land and on one hand it seems noble because they have an attachment to their surroundings. However, it also appears hopeless and selfish at times to identify so greatly with your property. Is property based on the memories shared on one's land or an attachment to one's ownings? From a less practical stand point, I think that a rigid self-identification from one's property can inhibit a person from concentrating on themselves as people, similar to the implications of a deep attachment to any material object.




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