A proposito di plagio, originalità, diritto d’autore, copyright e comicità

Dal 15 ottobre, il Fatto quotidiano pubblica la mia nuova mini-serie in 8 puntate dedicata a temi di cui in Italia si parla troppo spesso con scarsa cognizione di causa, trinciando giudizi ad minchiam (di solito per diffamare chi, per vari motivi, sta sulle palle). Qui troverete le fonti citate, puntata per puntata. Buon viaggio!

# 1  

Borges, Prologhi, 1975

Ong, Oralità e scrittura, 1982

Melandri,  La linea e il circolo, 1968

Eagleton, Literary Theory: an Introduction, 1997

# 2

Neubauer, New Paths: Aspects of Music Theory and Aesthetics in the Age of   Romanticism, 2009

Melandri,  La linea e il circolo, 1968

Cardini, Mosaici, 2004

Austin, How to Do Things with Words, 1962

Searle, Speech Acts, 1969

Eliot, Tradizione e talento individuale, 1919

Nancy, Dis-Enclosure: the Deconstruction of Christianity, 2008

# 3

VerSteeg, Rethinking Originality, 1993

Bracha, The Ideology of Authorship Revisited: Authors, Markets, and Liberal Values in Early American Copyright, 2008

Kaplan, An Unhurried View of Copyright, 1967

BoyleThe Search for an Author: Shakespeare and the Framers, 1988

MacFarlane, Original Copy, 2007

Casas Vallés, The requirement of originality, 2009

Mould, Against Creativity, 2018

# 4

Shields, Fame di realtà: un manifesto, 2010

Gordon, Reality as Artifact: from ‘Feist’ to Fair Use, 1992 

Piola Caselli, Il diritto civile italiano secondo la dottrina e la giurisprudenza, 1927

Santoro, Brevi osservazioni in tema di parodia, 1968

Madison, Beyond Creativity: Copyright as Knowledge Law, 2010

Litman, The Public Domain, 1990

Bard & Kurlantzick, Copyright Duration, 1999

VerSteeg, Rethinking Originality, 1993

Borges, Finzioni, 1944

Arewa, The Freedom to Copy: Copyright, Creation, and Context, 2007

Updike, Odd Jobs: Essays and Criticism, 1991

Raustiala & Sprigman, The Piracy Paradox: Innovation and Intellectual Property in Fashion Design, 2006

# 5

Oliar & Sprigman, There’s No Free Laugh (Anymore): The Emergence of Intellectual Property Norms and the Transformation of Stand-Up Comedy, 2008

Voss, Is There Ever a Justification for Joke Stealing?, 2010

# 6

Oliar & Sprigman, There’s No Free Laugh (Anymore): The Emergence of Intellectual Property Norms and the Transformation of Stand-Up Comedy, 2008

Madison, Of Coase and Comics, or, The Comedy of Copyright, 2009

# 7

Strandburg, Who’s in the Club? A Response to Oliar and Sprigman, 2009

Kaplan, An Unhurried View of Copyright, 1967

Ellickson, Order Without Law: How Neighbors Settle Disputes, 1991

Grobel, Robin Williams – Playboy Interview, January 1992

Persall, Standing Up Just for Laughs, 1991

Oliar & Sprigman, There’s No Free Laugh (Anymore): The Emergence of Intellectual Property Norms and the Transformation of Stand-Up Comedy, 2008

Geoghan, Waiter, There’s a Joke in My Soup, 1989

# 8

Rothman, Custom, Comedy and the Value of Dissent, 2009

Oliar & Sprigman, There’s No Free Laugh (Anymore): The Emergence of Intellectual Property Norms and the Transformation of Stand-Up Comedy, 2008

Rotstein, Beyond Metaphor: Copyright Infringement and the Fiction of the Work, 1993