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Synonyms for enclosure

Synonyms for enclosure

an area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings

Synonyms for enclosure

the act of enclosing something inside something else

a naturally enclosed space

something (usually a supporting document) that is enclosed in an envelope with a covering letter

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Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 57; JAMES BOYLE, THE PUBLIC DOMAIN: ENCLOSING THE COMMONS OF THE MIND, 36-37 (2008) [hereinafter Boyle, The Public Domain].
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 53-57 (outlining concerns espoused by both Thomas Jefferson and Lord Macaulay over IPR protection); LESSIG, supra note 19, at 207 n.
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 37-38 (discussing whether private property rights are essential to research); James Boyle, Cruel, Mean, or Lavish?
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 57-58 (questioning the benefit of eliminating monopolies); Peter K.
LESSIG, supra note 19, at 120-21 (recognizing the barriers existing within the second enclosure movement which limit technological creativity).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72-73 (illustrating how divergent interests can be united for common movement).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 40-44 (summarizing the commons in the second enclosure movement context).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72 (highlighting potential downfalls of public choice theory).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72-73 (stating that environmental movements allow people who would otherwise be un-informed and unorganized the chance to come together to solve their concerns and others on a larger scale).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72-73 (discussing the relationship between environmentally conscious citizens and experts in the field).
The article began by exploring the correlation between the first enclosure movement and the second enclosure movement.
See Hunter, supra, note 25, at 500 (defining enclosure movement and its effects); see Kaiser Aetna v.
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72-73 (asserting the importance of the creation of specialized organizations to the environmental movement).
See Boyle, The Second Enclosure Movement, supra note 29, at 72-73 (recognizing the parallelism and a need for the information environment to follow the cultural environment movement's path).
When Goldsmith's less romantic contemporaries write in defense of the enclosure movement, however, their rhetoric makes a decided turn away from the compassionate Puritan pamphlet writers of the seventeenth century.