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'''* Article: From the Communism of Capital to Capital for the Commons: Towards an Open Co-operativism. By Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis. Triple C, Vol 12, No 1 (2014)'''
  
* Bauwens, M. 2005. The political economy of peer production.
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———. 2014a. The rise of multistakeholder cooperatives.
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Shareable. http://www.shareable.net/blog/michel-bauwens-on-the-rise-of-multi-stakeholder-cooperatives (accessed May 16, 2016).
 
 
 
———. 2014b. Towards the democratization of the means of monetization: The three competing value models present within cognitive capitalism. The Journal of Peer Production. Issue 4: Value and Currency. http://peerproduction.net/issues/issue-4-value-and-currency/invited-comments/towards-the-democratization-of-the-means-of-monetization/
 
 
 
———. 2014c. Η ανάδυση της οµότιµης παραγωγής και των Κοινών [The emergence of the peer-to-peer  production and the commons]. In Πέρα από το κράτος και την αγορά: Η οµότιµη παραγωγή [Beyond the Market and the State: The Peer-to-Peer Production]. In Βορειοδυτικές Εκδόσεις [North-Western Editions]. ed. Vasilis Kostakis and Chris Giotitsas, 18–42. Greece: Northwest Publishing.
 
 
 
———. 2015. Critique of the Peer Production License. P2P Foundation. http://p2pfoundation.net/Critique_ of_the_Peer_Production_License (accessed May 16, 2016).Bauwens, M., and V. Kostakis. 2014. From the communism of the capital to the capital for the commons: Towards an open cooperativism.
 
TripleC  12 (1): 356–61.
 
 
 
———. 2017. Cooperativism in the digital era, or how to form a global counter-economy. https://www .opendemocracy.net/digitaliberties/michel-bauwens-vasilis-kostakis/cooperativism-in-digital-era-or-how-to-form-global-counter-economy (accessed September 21, 2017).
 
 
 
* Bauwens, M., V. Kostakis, and A. Pazaitis. 2016. Towards a society of the commons. In Transform! Yearbook 2016: “The Enigma of Europe”, ed. Walter Baier, Eric Canepa, and Eva Himmelstoss, 137– 146. UK: Merlin Press Ltd.
 
 
 
* Bauwens, M., V. Kostakis, S. Troncosso, and A. M. Utratel. 2017. Commons Transition and P2P: A Primer. The Netherlands: Transnational Institute.
 
 
 
* Kostakis, V., and M. Bauwens. 2014. Network Society and Future Scenarios for a Collaborative Economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
 
 
 
* Kostakis, V., and S. Stavroulakis. 2013. The parody of the commons. TripleC  11 (2): 412–24.
 
  
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Two prominent social progressive movements are faced with a few contradictions and a paradox. On the one side, we have a re-emergence of the co-operative movement and worker-owned enterprises which suffer from certain structural weaknesses. On the other, we have an emergent field of open and Commons-oriented peer production initiatives which create common pools of knowledge for the whole of humanity, but are dominated by start-ups and large multinational enterprises using the same Commons. Thus we have a paradox: the more communist the sharing license used in the peer production of free software or open hardware, the more capitalist the practice. To tackle this paradox and the aforementioned contradictions, we tentatively suggest a new convergence that would combine both Commons-oriented open peer production models with common ownership and governance models, such as those of the co-operatives and the solidarity economic models."
  
 
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* Rigi, J. 2014. The coming revolution of peer production and revolutionary cooperatives. A response to Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis and Stefan Meretz. TripleC 12 (1): 390–404
 
* Rigi, J. 2014. The coming revolution of peer production and revolutionary cooperatives. A response to Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis and Stefan Meretz. TripleC 12 (1): 390–404
 
  
 
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Revision as of 09:00, 28 November 2019


The article that started the debate:

* Article: From the Communism of Capital to Capital for the Commons: Towards an Open Co-operativism. By Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis. Triple C, Vol 12, No 1 (2014)

URL = http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/561

"Abstract

Two prominent social progressive movements are faced with a few contradictions and a paradox. On the one side, we have a re-emergence of the co-operative movement and worker-owned enterprises which suffer from certain structural weaknesses. On the other, we have an emergent field of open and Commons-oriented peer production initiatives which create common pools of knowledge for the whole of humanity, but are dominated by start-ups and large multinational enterprises using the same Commons. Thus we have a paradox: the more communist the sharing license used in the peer production of free software or open hardware, the more capitalist the practice. To tackle this paradox and the aforementioned contradictions, we tentatively suggest a new convergence that would combine both Commons-oriented open peer production models with common ownership and governance models, such as those of the co-operatives and the solidarity economic models."

The critics

  • Meretz, S. 2014. Socialist licenses? A rejoinder to Michel Bauwens and Vasilis Kostakis.

TripleC 12 (1): 362–65

  • Rigi, J. 2014. The coming revolution of peer production and revolutionary cooperatives. A response to Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis and Stefan Meretz. TripleC 12 (1): 390–404

Source

Vangelis Papadimitropoulos provides a good and fair summary of the debate at:

* Article: Reflections on the Contradictions of the Commons. By Vangelis Papadimitropoulos. Review of Radical Political Economics, 2018, Vol. 50(2) 317–331

URL = https://doi.org/10.1177/0486613417735660