1 Cultural property is an outmoded concept; it is more accurate to think about cultural heritage. Discuss. 2 Cultural property cannot be protected from looting or destruction by legal means; political solutions are necessary. Discuss. 3 So-called cultural property is an unjustifiable exception to the basic principles of property law. Discuss. 4 The arguments that make up disputes about cultural property are primarily political in nature; law is often not helpful in this context. Discuss. 5 Cultural property cannot be property as we understand it; culture is too fluid to be owned by any one group. Discuss. 6 What is the rationale for recognising cultural property? 7 Why should cultural property be recognised? 8 The return of ancient national treasures should be permitted even where acquisition of those treasures was lawful according to the laws of the nation in which they are currently held. Discuss. 9 Cultural property laws exist, but they are not so much laws as statements of political intent. Discuss. 10 Cultural property laws presuppose a category of property that has yet to be defined adequately. Discuss. 11 Arguments in favour of cultural property are objectionable because they assume that culture should be commodified. 13 The claim of the Greek nation to the Parthenon Marbles is founded in political morality rather than legal right. Ultimately, the same is true of all claims to cultural property. Discuss. 14 Culture cannot be the subject matter of property rights. Discuss. 15 The idea of cultural property is nonsensical because it suggests that one can have property rights which are not held by an identifable owner. Discuss. 16 What kind of property is cultural property?
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