Great Minds P1: David Bollier Explains What the Commons Is & Is Not…

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Auteur(s) HARTMANN Thom
Date de création septembre 2016
Date de publication 2016/09/27
Durée 00:12:44
Langue du contenu EN
Fait partie de Conversations With Great Minds
Média Vidéo
URL de diffusion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIilxl16Ifg
Service de diffusion youtube
Identifiant de diffusion dIilxl16Ifg
Participant(s) BOLLIER David
Type de licence Autre licence"Autre licence" is not in the list (tous-droits, by, by-sa, by-nc-sa, by-nc-nd, by-nd, inconnu, autre) of allowed values for the "Type de licence" property.


Première partie de l'émission Conversations With Great Minds consacrée à David Bollier ...animée par Thom Hartmann Présentation du sujet :

  • In our hyper-capitalist, neo-liberal world, belief in the superiority of private property and the free market verges on the religious. In the case of the Republican Party - it borders on the fundamentalist. But as powerful as the idea of the free market might be - especially here in the United States - the truth is that it's not the only way or organizing our society There is a real alternative to the endless commodification of resources and accumulation of wealth. It’s called The Commons - and my guest for tonight's Conversations with Great Minds is one of the world's foremost experts on it. Joining me now is David Bollier - Activist -Co-Founder of the Commons Strategies Group - and author numerous books - including "Think Like a Commoner: A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons."

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Première partie de l'émission ConversationPremière partie de l'émission Conversations With Great Minds consacrée à David Bollier ...animée par Thom Hartmann</br></br>Présentation du sujet : </br>* In our hyper-capitalist, neo-liberal world, belief in the superiority of private property and the free market verges on the religious. In the case of the Republican Party - it borders on the fundamentalist. But as powerful as the idea of the free market might be - especially here in the United States - the truth is that it's not the only way or organizing our society There is a real alternative to the endless commodification of resources and accumulation of wealth. It’s called The Commons - and my guest for tonight's Conversations with Great Minds is one of the world's foremost experts on it. Joining me now is David Bollier - Activist -Co-Founder of the Commons Strategies Group - and author numerous books - including "Think Like a Commoner: A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons." Introduction to the Life of the Commons." +
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