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    This thesis argues in favor of an instrumental approach to Intellectual Property (IP). I begin by reviewing justifications for IP that have been offered in recent literature, including Lockean labor theory, Hegelian personality theory, Kantian property theory and utilitarianism. Upon a close and careful analysis, I argue that none of these justifications suffice to ground contemporary IP practice. I review some recent works that offer `pluralist' justifications for IP, which draw from multiple t…Read more
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    Interactive Multimodal Ambulatory Monitoring to Investigate the Association between Physical Activity and Affect
    with U. W. Ebner-Priemer, S. Koudela, and G. Mutz
    Frontiers in Psychology 3. 2012.