Two children are fighting over the possession of a flute.
- A has made the flute
- B is simply very poor and has no other toys to play.
In this case, who will get the possession of the flute - A or B?
As per John Locke, in his 2 Treatise of Government has written the one who has created the thing will own that thing. However, he has also said that "one can only take as much possession of property as would ensure that everyone else also has enough common property"
Though I believe that A should get the flute because he has created it. However, considering the land re-distribution in India, the second one is also right.
Hence, who should get the flute?