Rather Post-Capitalist, and not necessarily "Anti". Possibly even rather Georgist ?

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==Revlin==
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RE: Why I still don't believe in the p2p license
 
RE: Why I still don't believe in the p2p license
   
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Whether it be in form of face-to-face communication, analogue  media or digital data, KNOWLEDGE is ''primary wealth''. All other products our ''secondary'' wealth because all other products are the result of the ''application of knowledge''. Even the ''use'' of previously produced wealth is only possible through the application of knowledge. If we ever want to find ourselves living in a fair and open society, we need to continue to innovate ''open forms of participation'' in the preservation of knowledge, the distribution of knowledge and the application of knowledge in the creation of new wealth. I believe that the license posted above is one such innovation.
 
Whether it be in form of face-to-face communication, analogue  media or digital data, KNOWLEDGE is ''primary wealth''. All other products our ''secondary'' wealth because all other products are the result of the ''application of knowledge''. Even the ''use'' of previously produced wealth is only possible through the application of knowledge. If we ever want to find ourselves living in a fair and open society, we need to continue to innovate ''open forms of participation'' in the preservation of knowledge, the distribution of knowledge and the application of knowledge in the creation of new wealth. I believe that the license posted above is one such innovation.
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==Dante==
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It seems to me that the licence might tend more towards post-capitalism than anti-capitalism.
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I would even argue that it might be closer to a Georgist approach ?
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( including this kind of blend ? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geolibertarianism )

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