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Patrick A.

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London

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September 19, 2011

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What attracted you to the School of Commoning?

I have a long-standing interest in this area. I read Governing the Commons by Elinor Ostrom years ago and it really left a mark.

Which type of commons - cultural (including knowledge and digital), natural (land, forests, waters, etc) material (e.g. physical peer production and worker cooperatives) is of the most interest to you?

I would say natural and material.

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poet, madman and ex-corporate lawyer.


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