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Author: Claes Andersson Topics: Comments: 0

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In our capacity for maintaining societies we humans are unparalleled in nature as constructors of our own ecological niche: innovation as a combination between the generation, retention, replacement and use of ideas and artifacts is our engine for adapting and solving problems. It is a fundamental aspect of what we are as a species and [...]

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Author: Petter Tornberg Topics: , Comments: 1

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Through history, capitalism has gone through different cycles in each of which workers have found ways to resist and revolt, and in response to this resistance capital has been forced into crises. The crises have resulted in a restructuring – a move to new forms of production and exploitation,

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Author: Alberto Cottica Topics: , Comments: 0

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Why is this important? For some time now policy makers have been fascinated by entities like Wikipedia: non-organizations, loose communities of individuals with almost no money and no command structure that manage, despite this apparent lack of cohesion, to collaborate everyday in producing complex, coherent artifacts.

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Author: David Lane Topics: , Comments: 2

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 David Lane, Sander van der Leeuw, Chris Sigaloff, Filippo Addarii Our society is increasingly beset by what it interprets as global  crises, of which the financial crisis, the energy crisis, and the global warming crisis are leading examples.  All these crises share a common origin in what may be described as a social meta-crisis, induced by [...]

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