[p2p-research] Life after capitalism
rlanham1963 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 15:49:22 CEST 2009
I don't know if it is just me, but I could not open the attached document
with any tool I have including Google documents.
Could you advise as to format?
On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Christian Siefkes <christian at siefkes.net>wrote:
> 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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> We act for material gain, but also for psychological well-being and
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