Chapter 5/5: Finding Balance

with Michel Bauwens

Director(s)  Victor Simon
Participant(s)  Jan Boelen
Participant(s)  Michel Bauwens
Participant(s)  Maria Finders
Year  2020

17 April 2020, 
Chiang Mai (TH)

In this chapter, Michel Bauwens focuses on mediation and the importance to maintain pluralistic curation platforms, calling for other ways for legitimacy. 

Through a conversation with Michel Bauwens — Belgian activist who has been working for years in the exploration of peer production, governance, and property - we will develop five different themes related to the current Covid-19 crisis as "the great revealer and the great accelerator". He will share with us his analysis on this uncertain period, giving us tools for an Economy that should serve the Common Good, based on contributions to create shared resources. He addresses issues relating to scale, to governance, to mediation, and how to build a better balanced long-term equilibrium.

LINKS AND REFERENCES (chapter 5) :

The Syllabus, The Best New Academic Articles, Essays, Talks, Podcasts, Books and More 
https://the-syllabus.com/politics-of-covid19-readings-part1/

Bruno Latour, Où atterrir — comment s'orienter en politique ?, ED. La Découverte, 2017
http://www.bruno-latour.fr/books_and_edited_volumes.html

Sovereign Nature Initiative
http://sovereignnature.com

Jacobin magazine
https://www.jacobinmag.com/

Douglas Rushkoff
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Rushkoff

The Commons Stack
https://commonsstack.org/

Economic Space Agency
Post-Capitalist Economic Expression
https://economicspace.agency/

Peter Pogany, Rethinking the World, iUniverse (and Shenandoah Valley Research Press), 2006

Peter Pogany, Havoc, Thy Name is Twenty-First Century: Thermodynamic Isolation and the New World Order, iUniverse, 2015.

Antonio Gramsci 
“The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born: now is the time of monsters.”
https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/9022398-the-old-world-is-dying-and-the-new-world-struggles

Henry Mintzberg
https://mintzberg.org/blog/pppps-for-climate-change

Stanford Social Innovation Review:
https://ssir.org

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