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'''Sharism''' proposes that individuals who support each other in a [[culture]] of [[sharing]] have a culturally, socially and materially enriched [[life]].  
  
===See also===
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'''Sharism''' is an ideology for [[sharing]]. It is a [[Free Ideology]].
* [[Talk:Sharism|Talk]] page
 
  
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* It looks to foster circumstances and events which encourage and make it easier to share things.
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* Sharism is practice already embraced by the [[Free Software]] or [[open source]] software community
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* Sharism is generally also reflected in the fast development of sharing-philosophy by [[Internet]] users.
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* The basic principle of Sharism, according to [[sharism.org]] is "The more you give, the more you get. The more you share, the more you are shared". [http://wiki.sharism.org/Main_Page]
  
[[Category:Sufixings]][[Category:isms]]
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==Related==
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* [[Free Ideology]]
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* [[Commons]]
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* [[Property]]
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==Propositions==
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* [http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/stefan-meretz-seven-theses-on-common-ism/2008/11/10 ''The world will be commonist or the world will not be'']
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* [http://www.isaacmao.com/meta/2008/04/sharism-slide.html Sharism Slide Show]
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* [http://freesouls.cc/essays/07-isaac-mao-sharism.html Sharism: A Mind Revolution]
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* [http://www.isaacmao.com/meta/2007/09/sharism-is-not-communism-nor-socialism.html  Sharism is not Communism, nor Socialism]
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* [http://sharism.org sharism.org]
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==Further Reading==
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[http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/sharism-or-radical-giving/2010/11/04 Sharism or Radical Giving?]
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Latest revision as of 22:40, 28 April 2013

Sharism proposes that individuals who support each other in a culture of sharing have a culturally, socially and materially enriched life.

Sharism is an ideology for sharing. It is a Free Ideology.

  • It looks to foster circumstances and events which encourage and make it easier to share things.
  • Sharism is practice already embraced by the Free Software or open source software community
  • Sharism is generally also reflected in the fast development of sharing-philosophy by Internet users.
  • The basic principle of Sharism, according to sharism.org is "The more you give, the more you get. The more you share, the more you are shared". [1]

Related

Propositions

Further Reading

Sharism or Radical Giving?