Intellectual property institution at the age of information and postmodernity: social-philosophic discourse
Keywords:Intellectual Property, social institution, information, Postmodernity, intellectual activity, creativity, knowledge, society
The article analyzes social-philosophic aspects for development of the Intellectual Property Institution as a specific social institution that exists and functions in a changing sociocultural conditions. There was particularly made an attempt to reconsider the meaning and character of those transformations in the field of intellectual property - taking into account also the Information Society context and realities of Postmodern cultural shift.
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