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  1. (Re)localization
  2. 1. Introduction
  3. 100 P2P Projects in the Global South
  4. 1619 Project
  5. 2.1.B. The emergence of peer to peer as technological infrastructure
  6. 2.1.C. The construction of an alternative media infrastructure
  7. 2.2. Explaining the Emergence of P2P technology
  8. 2.3.A. Placing P2P in the context of the evolution of technology
  9. 2. Bibliography of the Manuscript
  10. 2. P2P as the Technological Framework of Cognitive Capitalism
  11. 2007 Status of Decentralized Renewables and Micropower
  12. 2013 Spanish-Language Wikisprint March 20 List of Participating Cities
  13. 21st Century Culture of Manufacturing in Australia
  14. 3-D Printing Solar Photovoltaic Racking in Developing World
  15. 3.1.C. The Hacker Ethic or ‘work as play’
  16. 3.3.B. The Evolution of Collective Intelligence
  17. 3.3.C. Beyond Formalization, Institutionalization, Commodification
  18. 3.3.D. The Evolution of Temporality: towards an Integral Time
  19. 3.3 Placing the P2P Era in an evolutionary framework
  20. 3.4.C. P2P and the Commons
  21. 3.4 Placing P2P in an intersubjective typology
  22. 3. P2P in the Economic Sphere
  23. 4.1.B. The ‘Coordination’ format
  24. 4.1.C. Peer Governance as a third mode of governance
  25. 4.1.E. New conceptions of social and political struggle
  26. 4.1.F. New lines of contention: Information Commons vs. New Enclosures
  27. 4.2.B. Equality, Hierarchy, Freedom
  28. 4G Open Patent Alliance
  29. 4th Inclusiva - Kirsty Bolye and Catarina Mota - openMaterials
  30. 4th Inclusiva - Kirsty Boyle
  31. 4th Inclusiva - Kirsty Boyle & Catarina Mota - openMaterials
  32. 4th Inclusiva - Michel Bauwens - Peer Production
  33. 6.1.B. Towards ‘contributory’ dialogues of civilizations and religions
  34. 6.1.C. Participative Spirituality and the Critique of Spiritual Authoritarianism
  35. 6.1.D. Partnering with nature and the cosmos
  36. 6.1.E. The Emergence of Peer Circles
  37. 6. P2P in the Sphere of Culture and Self
  38. 7.1.B. P2P, Postmodernity, Cognitive Capitalism: within and beyond
  39. 7.1.C. Three scenarios of co-existence
  40. 7. P2P and Social Change
  41. @ is for Activism
  42. A2K
  43. ANBI
  44. APML
  45. A Day with Bauwens
  46. Abigail de Kosnik
  47. Access to Full Chapter, with endnotes
  48. Accueil
  49. Ackerman, Frank
  50. Adad

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