I read a great story awhile back about a group of philosophers who approached Socrates with a question regarding the rights of private property and if a man could rightly own land on a world that belonged to the gods anyway. As I remember it, a myth was referenced about a god who wanted to build a home on earth but a man claimed ownership of the property by right of farming. The man then asked the god for payment and appealed to the other gods for justice. A discussion was held amongst the gods in Olympus regarding the true ownership of the property and some consensus was reached. I have been looking through a bunch of books including most of Plato's to no avail. Does this ring a bell for anyone? Much appreciated!