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'''Commons''' is the natural wealth before was disturbed by [[property]] [[conventional law]]. [[Conventional authority]] got through [[conventional convention]]s the most of the ownership rights of the resources in the planet.
The commons appear when they are in risk -- someone.
The term '''commons''' originates from [[Thomas Moore]], who describes how the commons are being taken away by fences and private property. Later on, it was coined for ''property governed by a number of persons''[[Talk:Commons#1|[1]]] also.
'''Commons''' is also used in [[conventional law]] by [[conventional authority]] (i.e. some public domain maps) and by individuals on different subjects but both with the keeping of minimal but some ownership rights than what the commons broadly propose (i.e. gnu.org, creativecommons.org - freedomdefined.org, )
Commons is also used for protocols of natural wealth management (i.e. caspian sea gas interestates proposal) and for human organizational practices based in the [[P2P]] network theory, for other socialistic models (i.e. ), and even for some kind of and [[freed property]] initiatiaves (i.e. [[Freed Shareful Invitation]]).
== See also ==
* [[Shareful]]
* [[Commonism]]
* [[Creative Commons]]
* [[Free Culture]]
More Info: http://p2pfoundation.net/Commons
=== Other links ===
* [http://www.commoner.org.uk/ The Commoner]
* [http://bollier.orgDavid Bollier]
* [http://onthecommons.org On the Commons]
* Interview with [[Michael Hardt]] about the forthcoming book (co-written with [[Negri]], ''Common Wealth''. ''The common as an alternative to public and private ownership'' [http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/the-common-as-an-alternative-to-public-and-private-ownership/2008/11/17]
=== Video ===

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