This is – more or less – how the essay “Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software” is presented in The Commoner:
Volume 1 / Two Volume Special Issue
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO VOLUME 2 — Property, Commoning and Commons
Download complete issue or click to download individual chapters below.
Massimo De Angelis and J. Martin Pedersen – Preface / Volume 1 [PDF]
J. Martin Pedersen – Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software
CHAPTER 0 — Introduction: Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software [PDF]
CHAPTER 1 — Free Culture in Context: Property and the Politics of Free Software [PDF]
CHAPTER 2 — Properties of Property: A Jurisprudential Analysis [PDF]
CHAPTER 3 — Free Software as Property [PDF]
CHAPTER 4 — Conclusion: Property and the Politics of Commoning (including bibliography of the entire essay) [PDF]
From the preface
This is the first of a two volume Special Issue. Both volumes will have a focus on commoning and property. The essay in this first volume – divided in chapters, which can be read separately – is based on an inter-disciplinary PhD thesis titled “Property, Commoning and the Politics of Free Software” completed February 2010, by J. Martin Pedersen at Lancaster University. Volume 2 will further combine practical insights with theoretical perspectives.
See the separate call for contributions for further details