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+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne L.},
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+  title     = {The Vestal and the Fasces: Hegel, Lacan, Property, and the Feminine},
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+  year      = {1998},
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+  publisher = {University of California Press},
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+  url       = {http://libgen.io/book/index.php?md5=55FE694112F8278A905850E791024678},
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+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder1998a.pdf:PDF},
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+@Misc{schroeder2004a,
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+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne},
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+  title     = {Unnatural Rights: Hegel And Intellectual Propery},
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+  year      = {2004},
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+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder2004a.pdf:PDF},
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+  groups    = {Primaria},
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+  url       = {https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=518182},
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+@Article{hughes1988a,
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+  author    = {Hughes, Justin},
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+  title     = {The Philosophy of Intellectual Property},
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+  journal   = {Georgetown Law Journal},
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+  year      = {1988},
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+  url       = {http://www.justinhughes.net/docs/a-ip01.pdf},
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+}
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+  chapter   = {De la propiedad},
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+  pages     = {32--55},
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+  title     = {Segundo Tratado sobre el Gobierno Civil},
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+  publisher = {Tecnos},
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+  year      = {2006},
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+  author    = {Locke, John},
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+  editor    = {Mellizo, Carlos},
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+@Book{hegel2003a,
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+  author    = {Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich},
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+  title     = {Fenomenología del Espíritu},
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+  year      = {2003},
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+  publisher = {Editora y Distribuidora Hispano Americana, S.A. (EDHASA)},
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+  author      = {VV. AA.},
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+  title       = {América Latina: la balanza comercial en propiedad intelectual},
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+  year        = {2015},
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+}
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+  author    = {Marx, Karl},
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+  title     = {El capital},
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+  year      = {1867},
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+  publisher = {Epub Libre},
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+@InBook{hegel2005a,
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+  author    = {Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich},
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+  title     = {Principios de la filosofía del derecho},
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+  year      = {2005},
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+  publisher = {Editora y Distribuidora Hispano Americana, S.A. (EDHASA)},
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+  isbn      = {843502704X},
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+  chapter   = {La propiedad},
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+  pages     = {125--160},
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+  url       = {https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxlc3RldGljYXBvbGl0aWNhMjAxNHxneDo0MjUwYjg2MzUwZGY2ZDk1},
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+  ean       = {9788435027045},
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+@Misc{jstor2018a,
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+@Online{priego2017a,
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+  author       = {Priego, Ernesto},
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+  title        = {Revistas académicas de la UNAM entregadas a Elsevier/ScienceDirect},
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+  url          = {http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2017/08/07/revistas-academicas-elsevier-sciencedirect/},
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+  author    = {Žižek, Slavoj},
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+  title     = {El sublime objeto de la ideología},
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+  year      = {2008},
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+  publisher = {Siglo XXI},
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+  isbn      = {9789682317934},
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+  url       = {http://libgen.io/book/index.php?md5=C01335FBC8231EA0899CFB387056C38A},
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+  author   = {Wikipedia},
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+  title    = {Copyright Term Extension Act},
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+  author    = {Bataille, Georges},
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+  title     = {La parte maldita},
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+  year      = {1987},
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+  edition   = {2},
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+  publisher = {Icaria},
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+  location  = {Barcelona},
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+  isbn      = {8474261309},
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+  pages     = {249},
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+  url       = {https://github.com/NikaZhenya/maestria-asignaturas/raw/master/semestre_1/63047_t118_curso_georges-bataille-saber-y-transgresion/bibliografia/bataille_georges-la_parte_maldita.pdf},
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+  urldate   = {2017-11-13},
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+  file      = {:recursos/bataille1987.pdf:PDF},
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+@Book{schroeder1998a,
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+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne L.},
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+  title     = {The Vestal and the Fasces: Hegel, Lacan, Property, and the Feminine},
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+  year      = {1998},
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+  publisher = {University of California Press},
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+  url       = {http://libgen.io/book/index.php?md5=55FE694112F8278A905850E791024678},
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+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder1998a.pdf:PDF},
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+}
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+@Misc{schroeder2004a,
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+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne},
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+  title     = {Unnatural Rights: Hegel And Intellectual Propery},
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+  year      = {2004},
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+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder2004a.pdf:PDF},
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+  groups    = {Primaria},
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+  url       = {https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=518182},
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+}
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+@Article{hughes1988a,
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+  author    = {Hughes, Justin},
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+  title     = {The Philosophy of Intellectual Property},
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+  journal   = {Georgetown Law Journal},
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+  year      = {1988},
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+  url       = {http://www.justinhughes.net/docs/a-ip01.pdf},
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+}
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+
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+@Inbook{locke2006a,
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+  chapter   = {De la propiedad},
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+  pages     = {32--55},
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+  title     = {Segundo Tratado sobre el Gobierno Civil},
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+  publisher = {Tecnos},
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+  year      = {2006},
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+  author    = {Locke, John},
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+  editor    = {Mellizo, Carlos},
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+  isbn      = {9788430944354},
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+  file      = {:recursos/locke2006a.pdf:PDF},
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+  url       = {https://dairoorozco.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/locke-segundo-tratado-sobre-el-gobierno-civil.pdf},
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+}
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+
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+@Book{hegel2003a,
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+  author    = {Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich},
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+  title     = {Fenomenología del Espíritu},
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+  year      = {2003},
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+  publisher = {Editora y Distribuidora Hispano Americana, S.A. (EDHASA)},
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+  isbn      = {843502704X},
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+  chapter   = {La propiedad},
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+  ean       = {9788435027045},
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+}
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+@TechReport{cerlalc2015a,
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+  author      = {VV. AA.},
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+  title       = {América Latina: la balanza comercial en propiedad intelectual},
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+  institution = {CERLALC},
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+  year        = {2015},
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+  type        = {techreport},
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+}
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+
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+@Book{marx1867a,
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+  author    = {Marx, Karl},
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+  title     = {El capital},
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+  year      = {1867},
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+  publisher = {Epub Libre},
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+  url       = {https://www.epublibre.org/libro/detalle/10777},
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+}
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+@InBook{hegel2005a,
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+  author    = {Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich},
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+  title     = {Principios de la filosofía del derecho},
118
+  year      = {2005},
119
+  publisher = {Editora y Distribuidora Hispano Americana, S.A. (EDHASA)},
120
+  isbn      = {843502704X},
121
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+  url       = {https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxlc3RldGljYXBvbGl0aWNhMjAxNHxneDo0MjUwYjg2MzUwZGY2ZDk1},
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+  title    = {Terms and Conditions of Use},
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+  date     = {2018-12-01},
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+@Online{priego2017a,
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+  author       = {Priego, Ernesto},
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+  title        = {Revistas académicas de la UNAM entregadas a Elsevier/ScienceDirect},
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+  url          = {http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2017/08/07/revistas-academicas-elsevier-sciencedirect/},
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+  organization = {Red de Humanidades Digitales},
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+  leido        = {true},
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+}
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157
+  author    = {Žižek, Slavoj},
158
+  title     = {El sublime objeto de la ideología},
159
+  year      = {2008},
160
+  publisher = {Siglo XXI},
161
+  isbn      = {9789682317934},
162
+  url       = {http://libgen.io/book/index.php?md5=C01335FBC8231EA0899CFB387056C38A},
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+  ean       = {9788435027045},
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+}
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+
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+@Online{wikipedia2018a,
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+  author   = {Wikipedia},
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+  title    = {Copyright Term Extension Act},
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+  url      = {https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_Term_Extension_Act},
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+  file     = {:recursos/wikipedia2018a.html:URL},
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+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne L.},
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+  title     = {The Vestal and the Fasces: Hegel, Lacan, Property, and the Feminine},
20
+  year      = {1998},
21
+  publisher = {University of California Press},
22
+  url       = {http://libgen.io/book/index.php?md5=55FE694112F8278A905850E791024678},
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+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder1998a.pdf:PDF},
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+  groups    = {Primaria},
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+  leido     = {true},
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+  timestamp = {2017-02-19},
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+}
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+
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+@Misc{schroeder2004a,
31
+  author    = {Schroeder, Jeanne},
32
+  title     = {Unnatural Rights: Hegel And Intellectual Propery},
33
+  year      = {2004},
34
+  file      = {:recursos/schroeder2004a.pdf:PDF},
35
+  groups    = {Primaria},
36
+  keywords  = {Primaria},
37
+  leido     = {false},
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+  timestamp = {2017-02-19},
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+  url       = {https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=518182},
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+}
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+
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+@Article{hughes1988a,
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+  author    = {Hughes, Justin},
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+  title     = {The Philosophy of Intellectual Property},
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+  journal   = {Georgetown Law Journal},
46
+  year      = {1988},
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+  file      = {Notas:recursos/hughes1988a.txt:Text;:recursos/hughes1988a.pdf:PDF},
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+  groups    = {Primaria},
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+  keywords  = {Primaria},
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+  leido     = {true},
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+  timestamp = {2017-02-19},
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+  url       = {http://www.justinhughes.net/docs/a-ip01.pdf},
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+}
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+
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+@Inbook{locke2006a,
56
+  chapter   = {De la propiedad},
57
+  pages     = {32--55},
58
+  title     = {Segundo Tratado sobre el Gobierno Civil},
59
+  publisher = {Tecnos},
60
+  year      = {2006},
61
+  author    = {Locke, John},
62
+  editor    = {Mellizo, Carlos},
63
+  isbn      = {9788430944354},
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+  file      = {:recursos/locke2006a.pdf:PDF},
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+  groups    = {Primaria},
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+  keywords  = {Primaria},
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+  leido     = {false},
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+  timestamp = {2017-02-19},
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+  url       = {https://dairoorozco.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/locke-segundo-tratado-sobre-el-gobierno-civil.pdf},
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+}
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+
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+@Book{hegel2003a,
73
+  author    = {Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich},
74
+  title     = {Fenomenología del Espíritu},
75
+  year      = {2003},
76
+  publisher = {Editora y Distribuidora Hispano Americana, S.A. (EDHASA)},
77
+  isbn      = {843502704X},
78
+  chapter   = {La propiedad},
79
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