Ethics of intellectual property, knowledge and skills
The world today is situated more and more on information and information technology. Information is thought as "knowledge gained through review, communication, research, or instruction" (dictionary. com). When someone creates this knowledge using their brains, who has this information? Does indeed this intellectual information become general public domain, benefiting society, or can this information be safeguarded so that monetary gain can occur for that reason idea?
Designers of new products and systems must understand different types of intellectual property in order to both protect their masterpieces and avoid infringing on the creations of others.
Keywords: don quixote laughter, don quixote cervantes
Don Quixote's preliminary reception in the Seventeenth Century was as a work of humour; Cervantes' ability to reveal and imitate certainty through the ironic juxtaposition of his two main individuals enjoyed a focal role in both driving the story and attracting the interest of his viewers in the Golden Years. The existence of humour is undeniable throughout the novel, and Henry Fielding's attempts to attract readers to his comic romance Joseph Andrews by linking it to Don Quixote, claiming that he had 'written it in imitation of the manner of Cervantes' places the work as an exemplary book, that humour can not only be taken, but utilised to motivate and promote other works.