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There is scarcely any single theory of copyright law which is more fundamental or replicated more frequently than the so-called dichotomy of idea-expression. It has been opposed by some scholars who have researched the dichotomy in the greatest depth, arguing that continued perception of dichotomy is neither warranted nor beneficial in casedecision. However, in hundreds of cases, the theory established by common law procedures was pursued by courts who applied it to address relevant copyrightdoi:10.24247/ijmperdjun2020898 fatcat:xtuarsrbxbhnfbgigwfxvc7w2e