Use is called the act and result of taking advantage or taking advantage. This verb (to take advantage of) refers to the useful use of something, obtaining as much as possible of its performance.
For example: “The use of natural resources is essential for the growth of the city”, “To improve the state of the environment, we have to promote the use of waste, reusing it”, “Pay attention: the use of this course It can help you get a job. ”
The use is linked to profit out: that is, to make something is profitable, beneficial or fruitful. If we take the case of land use, to mention one possibility, the notion is linked to exploiting the land to obtain food or something else that is useful. A field where there is no planting or no animals is wasted: the use of the land could be achieved by planting soybeans, tomatoes or corn, or allowing livestock to graze.
According to DigoPaul, the idea of exploitation has a negative connotation, since it is associated with obtaining profit from a person, an animal or something through abuse or deception: “I cannot tolerate the exploitation of innocent children”, “The use of the elderly is something that outrages me”, “People condemned the use made by the company of the most humble residents. ”
Taking the example of the wasted field, it is possible to say that raising animals to exploit them is to take advantage of them: what millions of people see as a necessary use of the resources that nature gives us, others consider it to be the use of innocent beings that are reduced to objects and treated as slaves in an absolutely unfair manner.
The term exploitation seems to have in its genes this duality between the just and unjust, the necessary and the capricious, a fine line that makes it very difficult to assess an action and know whether it is about “taking advantage” or “taking advantage”. Perhaps the reason for this ambiguity is due to the difficulty that also occurs in distinguishing a right from a privilege.
For atheistic people, there is no divine design that allows us to use nature to satisfy our needs; However, even if there is no divine entity that gives us the rest of the species to exploit and consume them, the pride of human beings comes to the same conclusion: we have the right to do so, because we are superior.
Based on this premise, we say that capturing and locking an animal, raising it isolated from its natural environment and its family, preventing it from moving freely and fulfilling its true functions, killing and dismembering it is part of our right to take advantage of nature’s resources. ; from the point of view of our victim, his parents, siblings and friends, it is surely – at least – an act of exploitation.
In Spain, finally, urban use is a legal concept that links to subordinate the ownership of land to a social purpose and the participation of the people in the added value produced by the development of a public space.
This concept is also known by the name of right to urban development, and can be defined as the quantification of the right to build by making what is built its own, the translation of the Latin expression ius aedificandi, which has its roots in Roman law. It is important to note that this should not be confused with the right of surface, since this is the only one of both that contemplates immediate construction on the ground, while the first is a mere instrument of the urban technique of equal distribution of loads and benefits.