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=Introduction=
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This is meant to be a more concise version of a emerging P2P Encyclopedia: Very much under construction, as we are still early in the alphabet in our selection.
[[:Category:P2P Theory | P2P Theory]] re-uses a great deal of technology and theory form other schools.  In some cases the concepts are expanded, and in other cases they are used as-is in concert with other concepts towards new ends.
 
 
 
At the center of P2P Theory is the relation of one individual to another.  By examining this relationship, and teasing out the nuances of the interchange we discover a host of what might be termed 'companion concepts,' recurring concepts that are continually re-worked and expanded.  These concepts comprise the bulk of what might be considered P2P, in fact, but only in so much as any system is comprised of component parts.
 
 
 
In the P2P Foundation wiki there are a number of different P2P perspectives that could be durable.  For example, [[Commons-Based]] models, or the [[Open Business Models]].  These durable models are supported by these concepts, and a good portion of the additions to the wiki are excerpts from various articles on the web that shed more light on these concepts in various and related context. 
 
 
 
These concepts are tied to specific aspects of P2P.  For example, one of looking at these concepts would be to say that, instead of naming [[:Category:Peergovernance | Peergovernance]] as an concept in P2P Theory, we might look instead at [[Transparency]] as a concept, and then look at how transparency comes off in the context of  [[:Category:Peergovernance | Peergovernance]] or  [[:Category:Peerfunding | Peerfunding]].  For a list of some of the main research areas of the foundation you can view the [[:Category:P2P Resource Collections | P2P Resource Collections]].  In that area you will find a set of broad topics. 
 
 
 
In essence these companion concepts glue the research areas together.  As such, each research area usually has one or two or a lot of things to say about what transparency means in the context of  [[:Category:Peergovernance | Peergovernance]] or the like.
 
 
 
While this list below of P2P Companion Concepts is by no means exhaustive it grows with time as we uncover the linkages between the durable and persistant forms of P2P alternatives that are evolving in the world.
 
  
  
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*[[Civil Society]]
 
*[[Civil Society]]
 
*[[Clearance Culture]]
 
*[[Clearance Culture]]
*[[Co-Creation]] ; [[Co-Design]] ; [[Crowdsourcing]] ; [[Commons-based Peer Production]]  
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*[[Co-Creation]] ; [[Co-Design]] ; [[Crowdsourcing]] ; [[Commons-Based Peer Production]]  
 
*[[Cognitive Capitalism]]
 
*[[Cognitive Capitalism]]
 
*[[Cognitive Surplus]]
 
*[[Cognitive Surplus]]
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*[[Collaborative Consumption]]
 
*[[Collaborative Consumption]]
 
*[[Collaborative Goods]]
 
*[[Collaborative Goods]]
*[[Collateral Communication]][http://www.online-deliberation.net/conf2005/viewpaper.php?id=1]
 
 
*[[Collective Choice Systems]]
 
*[[Collective Choice Systems]]
 
*[[Collective Intelligence]]
 
*[[Collective Intelligence]]
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*[[Common Goods]]
 
*[[Common Goods]]
 
*[[Common Pool Resource]] ; [[Common Property]] ; [[Common Property Regime]] ; [[Common Property Theory]]
 
*[[Common Pool Resource]] ; [[Common Property]] ; [[Common Property Regime]] ; [[Common Property Theory]]
*[[Commons]] ; [[Commoning]] ; [[Common Access]]
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*[[Commons]] ; [[Commoning]]  
 
*[[Commons-based Multilateralism]]
 
*[[Commons-based Multilateralism]]
 
*[[Commons-based Political Production]]
 
*[[Commons-based Political Production]]
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*[[Cooperative Wealth Building]]
 
*[[Cooperative Wealth Building]]
 
*[[Coopetition]]
 
*[[Coopetition]]
*[[Copyleft]] ; [[Copyfarleft]]
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*[[Copyleft]]; [[Copyfarleft]]; [[Copyfair]]
 
*[[Cosmopolitan Localism]]
 
*[[Cosmopolitan Localism]]
 
*[[Credit Commons]] ; [[Crowdfunding]]
 
*[[Credit Commons]] ; [[Crowdfunding]]
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*[[Death of Exchange Value]]
 
*[[Death of Exchange Value]]
*[[Decentralization]] ; [[Devolution]] ; [[Distributed]]
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*[[Distributed]]
 
*[[Decentralization of Taste]]
 
*[[Decentralization of Taste]]
 
*[[Demurrage]]
 
*[[Demurrage]]
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*[[Do It Ourselves]] ; [[Do It Together]]
 
*[[Do It Ourselves]] ; [[Do It Together]]
  
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[[Decentralization]] ;
  
 
=E=
 
=E=
  
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*[[Economies of Scope]]
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*[[Economies of Integration]]
 
*[[Edge Competencies]]
 
*[[Edge Competencies]]
 
*[[Effort Trading]] ; [[Effort-sharing Systems]]
 
*[[Effort Trading]] ; [[Effort-sharing Systems]]
 
*[[Emergence]]
 
*[[Emergence]]
 
*[[Enclosure]]
 
*[[Enclosure]]
*[[End-to-End]]
 
 
*[[Entredonneur]]
 
*[[Entredonneur]]
 
*[[Entrepreneur Commons]]
 
*[[Entrepreneur Commons]]
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*[[Exodus]]
 
*[[Exodus]]
 
*[[Externality]]
 
*[[Externality]]
 
  
 
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=F=
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*[[General Intellect]]
 
*[[General Intellect]]
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*[[Generative Justice]]
 
*[[Germ Form Theory]]
 
*[[Germ Form Theory]]
 
*[[Gift Economy]]
 
*[[Gift Economy]]
 
*[[Global Commons]] ; [[Global Common Goods]] ; [[Global Common Wealth]] ; [[Global Public Goods]]
 
*[[Global Commons]] ; [[Global Common Goods]] ; [[Global Common Wealth]] ; [[Global Public Goods]]
*[[Global Integral-Spiritual Commons]]
 
 
*[[Granularity]]
 
*[[Granularity]]
  
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* [[Heterarchy]]
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* [[Hierarchy]] ; [[Hierarchy - History]] ; [[Hierarchy Theory]]
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* [[Holoptism]]
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* [[Home Manufacturing]]
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* [[Identity 2.0]] ; [[Identity Commons]]
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* [[Idle Sourcing]]
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* [[Illth Creators]]
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* [[Immaterial Aristocracy]] ; [[Immaterial Labour]]
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* [[Inclusive Democracy]] ; [[Inclusive Design]] ; [[Inclusive Participation]]
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* [[Industrial Commons]] ; [[Information Commons]]
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* [[Information Feudalism]]
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* [[Intention Economy]]
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* [[Intermediate Technology]]
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* [[Internet of Things]]
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* [[Interoperability]]
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* [[Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation]]
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*[[Knowing Networks]]
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*[[Knowledge Commons]]
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*[[Libre]]
 
*[[Libre]]
*[[Merit]]
 
*[[Non-Excludability]]
 
*[[Non-Reciprocal]]
 
 
*[[Openness]]
 
*[[Openness]]
 
*[[Protocol]]
 
*[[Protocol]]
*[[Replicability]]
 
 
*[[Reputation]]
 
*[[Reputation]]
 
*[[Resilience]]
 
*[[Resilience]]
*[[Satisficing]]
 
*[[Selbstentfaltung]]
 
 
*[[Sharing]]
 
*[[Sharing]]
*[[Source]]
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*[[Stigmergy]]
*[[Superordinate Goal]]
 
 
*[[Transparency]]
 
*[[Transparency]]
*[[Unencloseability]]  
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*[[Unalienated Value]]
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Latest revision as of 19:35, 22 August 2019

This is meant to be a more concise version of a emerging P2P Encyclopedia: Very much under construction, as we are still early in the alphabet in our selection.


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Proposed add-ons:

Decentralization ;

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