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'''Sharism''' is the ideology of sharing. It is also a new term to reflect the fast development of sharing philosophy over [[Internet]] users. Sharism proposes that individuals who support each other in a culture of sharing have a socially as well as materially enriched life. Sharism looks to foster circumstances and events which encourage and make it easier to share things. Sharism is term already embraced byt eh open source software community.
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'''Sharism''' is the ideology of [[sharing]]. It is also a new term to reflect the fast development of sharing philosophy over [[Internet]] users. Sharism proposes that individuals who support each other in a [[culture]] of sharing have a socially as well as materially enriched [[life]]. Sharism looks to foster circumstances and events which encourage and make it easier to share things. Sharism is term already embraced by the [[open source]] software community.
 
 
  
 
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Additional propositions:
* ''The world will be commonist or the world will not be'' [http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/stefan-meretz-seven-theses-on-common-ism/2008/11/10]
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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'']
 
* [http://www.isaacmao.com/meta/2008/04/sharism-slide.html Sharism Slide Show]
 
* [http://www.isaacmao.com/meta/2008/04/sharism-slide.html Sharism Slide Show]
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[[Category:Philosophy]]
 
[[Category:Philosophy]]

Revision as of 21:59, 13 January 2009

Sharism is the ideology of sharing. It is also a new term to reflect the fast development of sharing philosophy over Internet users. Sharism proposes that individuals who support each other in a culture of sharing have a socially as well as materially enriched life. Sharism looks to foster circumstances and events which encourage and make it easier to share things. Sharism is term already embraced by the open source software community.

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