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The term '''commons''' originates from [[Thomas Moore]], who describes how the commons are being taken away by fences and private property.
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Later on, it was coined also for ''property governed by a number of persons''[[Talk:Commons#1|[1]]].
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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.
 
 
Here in [[sharewiki]] commons is used for the former, the absence of persons with the right of using force for posessing a [[thing]].
 
  
 
   
 
   

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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[1] also.


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Digital commons

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