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Desktop Regulatory State, Chapter Four -- Fictional Examples of Networked Economic Platforms | P2P Foundation

Desktop Regulatory State, Chapter Four -- Fictional Examples of Networked Economic Platforms | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
[This is the eighth installment in my serialization of my book-in-progress, tentatively titled Desktop Regulatory State] , and the second of two installments of Chapter Four. Since this is a draft manuscript, it contains placeholders for additional material. This chapter describes a large number of realworld examples or serious proposals, like the Las Indias Cooperative …
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Phyles and the new communalism

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At the beginning of the nineteenth century, most people identified only with the real communities they were part of. An average European saw scarcely a hundred different faces in their whole life. The small, local, real community, with its barely-monetized agrarian economy, gave each person an identity that allowed him/her to understand who was who in the social system, and what role each one was playing in the production of everyone’s well-being. This is still the dominant identity in a good part of the rural world in developing countries.

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Phyles: business-empowered communities:- P2P Foundation

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business-empowered communities: they are not companies linked to a community, but transnational communities that have acquired enterprises in order to gain continuity in time and robustness [1]

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Why we are not (yet) a phyle, and where those who form them will come from | P2P Foundation

Why we are not (yet) a phyle, and where those who form them will come from | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
David de Ugarte examines the present and future of transnational P2P-oriented Phyles.
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Phyles and the new communalism

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At the beginning of the nineteenth century, most the people were only identified by the real communities they were part of. An average European saw scarcely a hundred different faces in their whole life. The small, local, real community, with its barely-monetized agrarian economy, gave each person an identity that allowed him/her to understand who was who in the social system, and what role each one was playing in the production of everyone’s well-being. This is still the dominant identity in a good part of the rural world in developing countries.

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Phyles - P2P Foundation

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business-empowered communities: they are not companies linked to a community, but transnational communities that have acquired enterprises in order to gain continuity in time and robustness [1]

 
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