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There is more to freedom than just free software. Die Gesellschaft nach dem Geldwhich had the goal of exploring the possibilities and challenges of a world where money, exchange, and capital no longer matter.
I’m a co-author in the German-language Keimform-Blog beitrragen, a group weblog discussing whether and in which ways commons-based peer production chrustian a potential that extends beyond the areas of free software and open content production where it has first emerged. It this just a phenomenon of limited relevance, or might it one day cover all aspects of production? Is a society possible in which peer production is the primary mode of production?
If so, how could such a society be organized?
Listings of the texts I’ve written in English and in German about commons and peer production can be found in the otherwise somewhat dated Peerconomy Wiki. Newer texts are listed first.
I also set up a wiki dedicated to discussing these and related questions, the Freie-Gesellschaft-Wiki in German, too. Meanwhile, things have mainly moved into the Keimform-Blog, however. I once participated in a nice little project that tried putting some ideas regarding commons and sharing into practice, the Leihnetzwerkthe German branch of the Distributed Library Project. But does peer production only work for information goods, or can it have a similar effect on the production of physical goods?
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I have written a book discussing this question, and showing how beitraegn production can indeed grow beyond the sphere of information. A society based entirely on peer production is possible, and this book describes how.
One of my many activities was study reformtrying to prevent the conditions for the students from becoming even worse than the already were, but also thinking about how to do things differently and taschen. One result of the latter aspect was a proposal for a computer science curriculum centered around projects chosen and largely organized by the students themselves, where the role of the faculty is to support and guide the students rather than to steer and control them:.
See also History of Computing for a project where we put some related ideas into practice. Sincewhen I was a young student, I have initiated or participated in various “autonomous seminars”, seminars or study-groups self-organized by the siefkea.
I’m participating since fallbut the seminar had actually started one year earlier. It’s no longer a seminar, but it’s still fun: As a student, I wrote a paper on the history and theory of democracy. In the paper, I explore several problems and dilemmas of the democratic models, among them the relation of democratic decision-making and a market-based economy. I conclude that if we take democracy seriously, we cannot have both, democracy and capitalism.
While my thoughts have developed since then, I still cannot find a fault in that argument. I translated excerpts from Peter Kropotkin’s well-known chrustian on anarchism from the edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica into German:. My site also hosts a detailed bibliography on workers’ councils and democracy of councils.
I have not been involved in creating this work, I’m only hosting it for some friends.