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Re: [jox] A response to Michel Bauwens

Hi all,

Am 05.03.2012 12:27, schrieb Michel Bauwens:
Jakob, the archives of oekonux should be publcly searchable,

They are:

at least they
were when I left. You may appreciate the contributions of Raoul Victor in
particular. I can put you in touch with him. In general, Oekonux suffers
from an unwillingness to see how peer production is embedded and still
co-dependent within the capitalist system.

Huh? This is not true, absolutly not true.

They assume it is already a
means of production and will evolve in organic stages to its completion,
evacuating political and social struggle.

Instead of an "organic completion" we have always discussed in terms of
"contradictions". The most condensed form is the five step model:

I have not idea, why you are spreading such myths about Oekonux, Michel,
because you know all that. Is it an result of an oversimplification by
accident? Could you explain?


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