The Book

  • Acknowledgments
    • Sponsors of this book
    • Major Contributors
  • Word to the Reader
  • Chapter 1 First Graders on the Magic Planet
    • 1.1 Who Gets Money on the Magic Planet and Why?
    • 1.2 What Does an Artist Get?
    • 1.3 What Does a Publisher Get?
    • 1.4 Some More for the Artist
    • 1.5 What If It Is Not Magic?
    • 1.6 One Flaw in the Common Perception
    • 1.7 Word to the Reader
  • Chapter 2 Inquiry on the Nature of Arts
    • 2.1 Should We Obey the Laws of Nature?
    • 2.2 Work of Art Equals New World
    • 2.3 Work of Art Equals A Message
      • People-to-Art Relations
      • Personal Versus Consumer Attitude
    • 2.4 Form in a Work of Art
      • Rules for Creator
    • 2.5 Creating as Dialogue
    • 2.6 Culture Equals Sum of Works and Beyond
    • 2.7 Culture and Humanity
    • 2.8 The Reality of Art and Civilization
    • 2.9 Culture and Creativity
    • 2.10 Creator and Audience: Who Owes Whom?
    • 2.11 Creator and Culture: Who Owes Whom?
    • 2.12 Culture and Freedom
    • 2.13 So, What Is the Law? Freedom!
  • Chapter 3 Arts and Personality
    • 3.1 Why Do We Read Books?
    • 3.2 Are Arts to Teach Us?
    • 3.3 Getting on Track: Arts Do Influence Us
      • The First Summary
    • 3.4 Arts and Reality
      • The Second Summary
    • 3.5 Author, Character, Audience
      • The Last Summary
    • To My Reader
    • Addendum: From Child Psychology
      • Child Greediness
      • Child Aping
  • Chapter 4 Culture Beyond Arts
    • 4.1 When Do People Create?
    • 4.2 Summarizing Questions
    • 4.3 Creativity and Goal
    • 4.4 Creativity and New Form
    • 4.5 Going after Examples
    • 4.6 How New Content Emerges
    • 4.7 Can Copying Be Creative?
    • 4.8 Journalist and Writer: Going in Circles
  • Chapter 5 Discrepancies Between Two Worlds
    • 5.1 Material Things Versus Cultural Phenomena
      • Exchange
      • Usage
    • 5.2 Use of Physical Things
    • 5.3 Material Need Versus Cultural One
    • 5.4 Relationships Between Physical Things and Cultural Phenomena
    • 5.5 Books-People-Meals
    • 5.6 The Recipe Case
    • 5.7 Royalties Versus Attribution
    • 5.8 Summaries
      • How Royalties are Supposed to Work
      • How Attribution is Supposed to Work
      • Against Attribution
      • Against Royalties
    • 5.9 Starting Over
    • 5.10 There Is Another Discrepancy!
    • 5.11 The Resume
    • 5.12 A Few Afterthoughts
      • To Alpha
      • ToKappa
      • To Kappa, Again
      • To Gamma
    • To My Reader
  • Chapter 6 Three Models
    • 6.1 Three Options to Govern Culture
      • Self-tuning
      • Copyright
      • Authoright
    • 6.2 Method of the Research
    • 6.3 Self-tuning
      • Scenarios
      • Summary
      • A Historical Excursus
    • 6.4 Publishing Monopoly a.k.a. Copyright
      • Scenarios
      • Summary
    • 6.5 Authoright
      • Scenarios
    • 6.6 Similarities and Differences Between Three Models.
      • Summary
    • 6.7 Conclusion
  • Chapter 7 On Licensing in Cultural Affairs
    • 7.1 Possible License Features
    • 7.2 Effects of License Features
    • 7.3 Legal Standing
    • 7.4 Very Basic Analysis of Some Open Licenses
  • Addendum: Authoright

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