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In addition to limited self-interest, behavioralist approaches also conclude that people have limited cognitive abilities when it comes to discerning what the costs or benefits to them of a particular course of action will be. , 1477. ”49 Ironically then, the actual common grazing pastures from which Hardin took the name of his article did not in fact suffer from the Tragedy of the Commons. They were, instead, a relatively well-managed “common pool resource,” to use Ostrom’s terminology. Another example of a sustainably managed commons, mentioned in passing in Gordon’s 1954 paper but subsequently studied and described in more detail by others, is the Maine lobster fishery.
Munzer, A Theory of Property (1990), 255. 10 Jeremy Waldron, The Right to Private Property (1988), 222. 8 38 An Introduction to Property Theory Stage One: State of Nature Locke begins his argument for property with a story about the state of nature prior to the formation of political society or the emergence of positive legal systems. , II, 128), Locke describes the state of nature as relatively social and tranquil, at least in its earliest stages (II, 51). As Locke puts it, “[m]en living together according to reason, without a common superior on earth, with authority to judge between them, is properly the state of nature” (II, 19).
The informational challenges of carrying out utilitarian calculations are not decisive arguments against the possibility of utilitarian theories. , 17–18. There are other problems with these methods as well. For a thorough discussion, see Frank Ackerman and Lisa Heinzerling, Priceless: On Knowing the Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing (2004); Mark Sagoff, The Economy of the Earth (1988), ch. 4. 20 The Pareto criterion is not really utilitarian in the classical sense. It would be more accurate to describe it as welfarist.