Définition des communs selon Friederike Habermann
Une définition des communs proposée par Friederike Habermann, Germany, tirée d'un entretien réalisé par AMBROSI Alain, lors de la Conférence Internationale sur l'économie et les communs qui se déroulait à Berlin du 22 au 24 mai 2013.
Cette capsule est une contribution au projet "Definir les communs".
"Maybe just let me mention the principles I see in what I would call “ecomony”: it is first that it is not ownership that matters but it is possession – so this is not only exactly what is using but possession it means that it is needed or used by somebody – you have this with commons as land (this is how we live in my project) but you have this with things that you can give away when they are not in your possession anymore, or you can share infrastructures for example. So this is one principle. The next principle is "share what you can": so again what you don't need you can give but you can also share your knowledge, your skills. And this goesin to the next principle which is contributing in a set of shared logic. That is that you act by intrinsic motivation and not by extrinsic rewards. And this is how commons-based and commons-producing economies come together."
|Date de création||2013/05/25|
|Date de publication||2013/10/21|
|Langue du contenu||EN|
|Fait partie de||Entrevues International Commons Conference Berlin 2013, Définition des communs|
A definition of the commons proposed by Friederike Habermann, Germany, taken from an interview conducted by AMBROSI Alain, at the Economics and the Commons Conference which took place in Berlin from 22 to 24 May 2013.
This capsule is a contribution to the project "Define the commons".