[p2p-research] Life after capitalism

Christian Siefkes christian at siefkes.net
Wed Aug 12 15:46:38 CEST 2009

Hi Michel, all,

Michel Bauwens wrote:
> I'm intrigued by your notion of the closing and then the re-opening of
> the commons as critical for overcoming capitalism.
> I had never specifically thought about it that way, and I find it a
> powerful concept and idea.
> I wonder if you could not write a blog entry about it, for publication
> in our p2p blog?

it took me some time, but I've published an article about the reopening and
recreation of the commons in the Keimform blog:

Michel, feel free to republish or feature it in your blog, if you like.

Best regards

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