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Sharing can mean different things but it generally comes down to the same thing:
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'''Sharing''' can mean different things to different people.
 
# to give
 
# to give
 
# to have in common
 
# to have in common
# to divide and distribute
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# to distribute
  
Sharing can also be seen as the opposite of [[competition]].
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==Characteristics==
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# Creating opportunities for mutual care
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# A Distributed allocation of resources
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# Being Response-able to communal needs
  
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==The Basic Arguments for Sharing==
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# Sharing creates meaningful exchange of lives and care
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# Sharing is energy-efficient and extremely resourceful
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# It has the awkward trend to make life more meaningful
  
[[Category:Philosophy]]
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==Methods of Sharing==
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# Sharing-skills. How to learn/share how to teach/share?
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# Learn to Co-operate, create mutual circles for sharing
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# [[Open Space]] Technology - Open and [[Free Exchange]]
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==Resources and Skills==
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# Optimising the use of resources through mutual interdependence. 
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# A new energy-sharist paradigm bases on how to share our energy
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# To share is a response ability towards a more [[Holistic Self]].
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==Cultures of Sharing==
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# More extreme environments and deeper [[reliance on sharing]]
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# [[Nomads]], [[Intentional Communities]] and [[Ecovillages]]
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# [[Free Software]] Movements - [[Wiki cultures]] of sharing
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# [[Squat-movement]]s and their types of [[sharing-cultures]] 
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==Related==
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# Sharing can also be seen as the opposite of [[competition]].
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# [[Sharism]] - a Free Ideology based on practices of sharing.
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# [[Free Exchange]] - [[Conditions for Sharing]] - if any?
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[[Category:Theory]]

Revision as of 02:39, 15 December 2008

Sharing can mean different things to different people.

  1. to give
  2. to have in common
  3. to distribute


Characteristics

  1. Creating opportunities for mutual care
  2. A Distributed allocation of resources
  3. Being Response-able to communal needs

The Basic Arguments for Sharing

  1. Sharing creates meaningful exchange of lives and care
  2. Sharing is energy-efficient and extremely resourceful
  3. It has the awkward trend to make life more meaningful

Methods of Sharing

  1. Sharing-skills. How to learn/share how to teach/share?
  2. Learn to Co-operate, create mutual circles for sharing
  3. Open Space Technology - Open and Free Exchange

Resources and Skills

  1. Optimising the use of resources through mutual interdependence.
  2. A new energy-sharist paradigm bases on how to share our energy
  3. To share is a response ability towards a more Holistic Self.

Cultures of Sharing

  1. More extreme environments and deeper reliance on sharing
  2. Nomads, Intentional Communities and Ecovillages
  3. Free Software Movements - Wiki cultures of sharing
  4. Squat-movements and their types of sharing-cultures

Related

  1. Sharing can also be seen as the opposite of competition.
  2. Sharism - a Free Ideology based on practices of sharing.
  3. Free Exchange - Conditions for Sharing - if any?