The article discusses intellectual property law in light of the 10 structural elements of the Western cultural model of creativity. The author mentions Article I of the U.S. Constitution which grants the U.S. Congress the power to promote science and the useful arts. He argues that the law governing joint inventions and authorship is designed to cover collaborations, but it is not expansive enough to cover editors and literary agents.
R. K. Sawyer,
The Western Cultural Model of Creativity: Its Influence on Intellectual Property Law,
Notre Dame L. Rev.
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