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The circulation of the common is a forward projection of these contests; it is a concept of emergence. If capital is an immense heap of commodities, commonism, as we envisage it, will be a multiplication of commons. The idea of the circulation of the commons proposes a systemic transformation, but starts small, with cellular model of commons and association that is simple, even rudimentary. It then scales, at levels from the domestic to the municipal to the planetary. The totality it envisages is a multiplicitous one--a complex, composite non-capitalist society composed by an interaction of different kinds of commons with distinct, specific logics.
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Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action by Marcelo Vieta, John Curl, Greig de Peuter, Nick Dyer-Witheford, Stevphen Shukaitis, Andrew Gryf Paterson, Sourayan Mookerjea, Conor Cash, Dara Greenwald, J. Howard, Tom Malleson, Andre Pusey, E. Wilma van der Veen, Caroline Baillie, Eric Feinblatt, et al