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I. Constructing an identity of the commons movement The Hegelian distinction between the thing-in-itself and, the thing-conscious-of-itself turned out the be our starting point. This distinction also applies to (social/political) movements. Hence, there is a need to consciously carve out the core id ... Keep reading »
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1 October 2013 / 17:56
Gathering clarity on the multi-facetted concept of the commons and commoning in our modern world may ...
19 July 2013 / 7:32
In a previous post, we will republish Andreas Weber’s beautiful and interesting essay, * ̶ ...
By Michel Bauwens: (Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Anne-Christin Mook.) “Wann können wir u ...
Por Rosa Fernández @ColaBoraBora: (version without links) “Economics and the Common (s) : from se ...
Image by Olmo Calvo Madrilonia/@PinkNoiseRev Translated by Stacco Troncoso, edited by Jane Loes Lipt ...
1 July 2013 / 17:05
Excerpted from David Bollier‘s post-conference message to participants: In this letter, we wan ...
Excerpted from John Jopling: “Just as the actions of Henri Dunant and his friends led to the s ...
are finally on my blog. I grouped together all my notes under one tag,  here. Some are specific of ...
This appeal came in through the Palmas Institute Europe and Will Ruddick the Bangla-Pesa Program Fou ...
Dear friends, and comrades, -apologies for cross posting- Let me introduce you the website and email ...
The following video by Slavoj Zizek lit the fires on the Commoning mailing list, which is read by ma ...
A contribution from Joel Dietz, who uses the concept of ‘catholic’ in its meaning of uni ...
Stefan Meretz‘ contribution to the debate in the Money stream of our conference: “The qu ...
Excerpted from Alessandro Delfanti‘s book, Biohackers: “The stakes of open science are h ...
Excerpted from TOM SLEE: 1. Recognizing the issue of alienation “In the digital world, sharing ...
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15 June 2013 / 22:46
The Economics and the Commons Conference in Berlin closed last month. Everyone acknowledged the grou ...

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