‎Introduction

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money, dissects the discursive enclosure that the ‘commons’ faces  
 
money, dissects the discursive enclosure that the ‘commons’ faces  
 
today, especially in the work of what he terms ‘neo-Hardinian’ (after  
 
today, especially in the work of what he terms ‘neo-Hardinian’ (after  
Garret Harding, the primary theorist of the anti-commons) scholars  
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Garrett Hardin, the primary theorist of the anti-commons) scholars  
 
and policymakers who in his view are attempting to redefine the  
 
and policymakers who in his view are attempting to redefine the  
 
‘commons’ as a means of repairing the failure of the neoliberal  
 
‘commons’ as a means of repairing the failure of the neoliberal  

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