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  1. Description. Edward Hall: "Monochronic time (M-time) and polychronic time (P-time) represent two variant solutions to the use of both time and space as organizing frames for activities. Space is included because the two systems (time and space) are funtionally interrelated. M-time emphasises schedules, segmentation and promptness.

  2. wiki.p2pfoundation.netP2P Foundation

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    • Overview of P2P Transition Proposals

    A ongoing study of what macrohistorians have learned about the overall evolution of humanity, life, and the cosmos, in order to understand the role of the commons in human history: Here is our resource base: Annotated Bibliography on Civilizational Analysis Cycles Patterns Scenarios for the Future Civilizational and Ecological Collapse Biophysical ...

    P2P Foundation Theory Project 1. General P2P Theory 2. P2P Hierarchy Theory 3. P2P Class Theory 4. Integral Theory

    Bauwens, M., Kostakis, V., & Pazaitis, A. (2019). Peer to Peer: The Commons Manifesto (Book), London: Westminster University Press. Available as free e-book at: https://www.uwestminsterpress.co.uk/...
    The Commons Transition project]: ebook and site

    English: Network Society and Future Scenarios for a Collaborative Economy. By Vasilis Kostakis and Michel Bauwens. Palgrave, 2014.

    This is a summary of our key structural arguments for commons/p2p-centric social change: 1. in capitalism there is a specific articulation of market/community (nation)/command (state) in which the market is dominant. 2. a commons-centric economy has a different articulation in which the communal mechanisms of pooling shared resources are dominant. ...

  3. 2021年11月30日 · Cosmo-Local Production is a methodology for creating value and products and services that are inspired by the following basic rules (see below). and marries the planetary globalization of knowledge, the 'smart' localization of production, and both local and planetary mutualization, i.e. marrying distributed making and global open innovation: 1 ...

  4. 2009年1月15日 · Description. "Panspectric technologies were initially developed with in signals intelligence. Now they are progressively being transferred to all aspects of every-day life, thus enforcing social order. The notion of the panspectron was coined by Manuel DeLanda’s in his book War in the Age of Intelligent Machines (1991), referring mainly ...

  5. Below we describe cosmo-localism as both an objective reality, i.e. a way of organizing production, and as a potential aspect of a new world order. But it can also be seen as an ethical principle: “To live in such a way that the world becomes, here and elsewhere, more cosmically beautiful than it already is.

  6. 2. Autopoiesis and Sympoiesis: "Autopoietic (self-producing) systems are autonomous units with self-defined boundaries that tend to be centrally controlled, homeostatic, and predictable. Sympoietic (collectively-producing) systems do not have self-defined spatial or temporal boundaries. Information and control are distributed among components.

  7. Trialectics According to Oscar Ichazo. Detailed description of the evolution from formal logic, to dialectics, to trialectics, as developed by Oscar Ichazo. by Tomislav Budak (1995): "Trialectics is a synthesis of basically the same systems of thought that appeared in the 20th century under different names, such as "ecology of mind", "unitary ...

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