Racial Scripts K

This critique follows two main trajectories, both coming from the racial capitalism literature base. The first focuses on racial scripts. These are the underlying histories, logics, and methodologies that characterize the world and more importantly, intellectual property rights. The argument is simple, intellectual property rights cannot be conceived absent their racist legacies. As a result, they should not only be rejected as a knowledge practice, but also as a symptom of a destructive racial capitalist system with materially horrible impacts. The second argument focuses on capitalism itself. In my opinion, one cannot critique intellectual property regimes without critiquing the nature of property, the cornerstone of capitalism. Resultantly, the critique says that the property logic and its consequences (widespread devastation) should be rejected and new forms of living/resistance should be endorsed.