• The libertarian view is that human actors are self-owners and these self-owners are capable of appropriating unowned scarce resources by Lockean homesteading − some type of first use or embordering activity. Obviously, an actor must already own his body if he is to be a homesteader; self-ownership is not acquired by homesteading but rather is presupposed in any act or defense of homesteading.

    "Stephan Kinsella on the Logic of Libertarianism and Why Intellectual Property Doesn't Exist". Interview with Anthony Wile, March 18, 2012.