A Feminist Critique: Property as a Philosophical, Legal and Economic Construct

  By Mohammed Subhan Hussain     They acknowledge no right for you, and they do not credit you with a memory[1].   Introduction Law is an ideologically-driven social construct and not a watertight entity capturing the entirety of life. As such, it is rooted in certain man-made confines. As man is open to interpret the law, there are three main categories by which this occurs: philosophically, legally and economically.…