labourer in Sollfrank & Kleiner 2012

horship of their work in
exactly the same way as the factory worker supposedly owns the product of
their labour. [04:51] Because the artist doesn't have the means of production,
so the artist has to give away that product, and actually legitimizes the
appropriation of the product of labour from the labourer, whether it's a
cultural labourer or a physical labourer.

(Intellectual) Labour

C.S.: And why do you think that this myth is so persistent? Or, who created
it, and for what reasons?

I think that a lot of kind of liberal criticism sort of starts that way. I
mean, I haven't really researched this, so that's kind


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