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Silke Helfrich’s keynote at the Commons and Economics conference

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Michel Bauwens
11th June 2013


Video recording of the conference “Economics and the Common(s): From Seed Form to Core Paradigm”, May 22 — 24, 2013

Watch the video here, read Silke’s notes, and find a short summary explanation below:

“The prevailing dogma of market-fundamentalism has increasingly been called into question as the predatory dynamics of the market economy became clear and as its threats to the biosphere have become more acute. Our conference “Economics and the Common(s): From Seed Form to Core Paradigm” seeks to open up some new vistas in politics, economics and culture by exploring the commons as an alternative worldview and provisioning system, as well as a coherent field of inquiry and action.”

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