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=Etymology=
 
=Etymology=
   
[Editor’s note: All italicized words here are the original French.]
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"my first annoyance, is the insistence, in most of the articles, that the commons is a word of English or Anglo-Saxon origins altogether! It is not English, but French — and more precisely, Norman. That is doubly important. When the Normans of William the Conqueror conquered England in 1066, they imposed an existing form of feudalism. They spoke in French of course, i.e. in a mixture of words of Latin origin and secondarily Germanic. In feudalism, the public goods or goods for public usage have two names, according to their owner: ''commun'', which is the communal property of the peasants, and banal, which is the Lord’s property — mainly the mill, bread oven and forests. ''Commun'' is therefore a legal term of feudalism, and a term of Latin origin.  
 
"my first annoyance, is the insistence, in most of the articles, that the commons is a word of English or Anglo-Saxon origins altogether! It is not English, but French — and more precisely, Norman. That is doubly important. When the Normans of William the Conqueror conquered England in 1066, they imposed an existing form of feudalism. They spoke in French of course, i.e. in a mixture of words of Latin origin and secondarily Germanic. In feudalism, the public goods or goods for public usage have two names, according to their owner: ''commun'', which is the communal property of the peasants, and banal, which is the Lord’s property — mainly the mill, bread oven and forests. ''Commun'' is therefore a legal term of feudalism, and a term of Latin origin.  
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=Characteristics=
 
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=Discussion 1: The unreality of the [[Tragedy of the Commons]]=
 
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=Discussion 2: the Commons and the Market=
 
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=Discussion 3: the Commons and the State=
 
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=Discussion 4: Other Topics=
 
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17th General Meeting of the [[Common(s) Core of European Private Law 2011]], [http://www.common-core.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=96&Itemid=99]: In the wake of urgent global challenges to both the European Union and the global system, here we are particularly interested in opening the Common Core Project as a platform for '''exploring the extent to which the comparative law model offers space for understanding and advancing the ‘Commons’.'''
 
17th General Meeting of the [[Common(s) Core of European Private Law 2011]], [http://www.common-core.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=96&Itemid=99]: In the wake of urgent global challenges to both the European Union and the global system, here we are particularly interested in opening the Common Core Project as a platform for '''exploring the extent to which the comparative law model offers space for understanding and advancing the ‘Commons’.'''
   
=Key Books to Read=
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==Key Books to Read==
   
#Genes, Bytes and Emissions: [[To Whom Does the World Belong]]? Ed. by Silke Helfrich. Heinrich Boll Foundation, 2009
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* Genes, Bytes and Emissions: [[To Whom Does the World Belong]]? Ed. by Silke Helfrich. Heinrich Boll Foundation, 2009
 
[http://www.boell.org/commons/Helfrich_Intro_.pdf]
 
[http://www.boell.org/commons/Helfrich_Intro_.pdf]
   
 
See also:
 
See also:
   
#A [[Crowd of One]] by John Clippinger.
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* A [[Crowd of One]] by John Clippinger.
#[[In the Shade of the Commons]]
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* [[In the Shade of the Commons]]
   
==Bibliography==
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==Further Bibliography==
   
 
Bibliography on the Commons at http://www.ituniv.se/~klangm//web/combib.html
 
Bibliography on the Commons at http://www.ituniv.se/~klangm//web/combib.html

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