[KS] Korean Commons?

Charles Muller acmuller at l.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Sun Sep 2 23:17:57 EDT 2012

On 08/31/2012 04:37 PM, John Eperjesi wrote:

> Would it be wrong to use the concept of the commons, which has a
>  very specific history in England, to read Korean practices?  The
>  struggle for the commons has become a global rhetoric that
> addresses many different geographical and historical situations.

No doubt stretching this a bit much, but for a somewhat detailed 
discussion of the notion of "commons" in the contemporary framework 
of "intellectual commons" I offer this:





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