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Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software

Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software

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"...That copyleft is dependent on copyright is often misunderstood, not only in influential textbooks on copyright law as we saw above, but also among anti-capitalists. The attentive reader will by now be aware that this reliance of a commons on the institution of private property is by no means contradictory. On the contrary, in capitalist democracy, it is in fact inevitable..."
"...That copyleft is dependent on copyright is often misunderstood, not only in influential textbooks on copyright law as we saw above, but also among anti-capitalists. The attentive reader will by now be aware that this reliance of a commons on the institution of private property is by no means contradictory. On the contrary, in capitalist democracy, it is in fact inevitable..."

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:: issue 14 :: winter 2010
Property, Commoningand the Politics of Free SoftwareSpecial IssueVolume 14Winter 2010
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:: issue 14 :: winter 2010
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the
commoner
:: issue 14 :: winter 2010
Preface / Volume 1
: Property, Commoning andthe Politics of Free Software.Massimo De Angelis & J. Martin Pedersen.
This is the first of a two volume Special Issue. Both volumes willhave a focus on commoning and property. The essay in this firstvolume - divided in chapters, which can be read separately - isbased on an inter-disciplinary PhD thesis titled “Property,Commoning and the Politics of Free SoftwarecompletedFebruary 2010, by J. Martin Pedersen at Lancaster University.Volume 2 will further combine practical insights with theoreticalperspectives.(See the separate call for contributions for further details on thewebsite.)
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