[P2P-F] [commoning] support appreciated for Plan C, a commons transition plan for greek civil movements
denis.postle at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 09:22:26 CEST 2015
Re Re-Inventing Organisations, I was initially very impressed with
Laloux's book. Some of the case studies - the Dutch nurses - the French
gear machining and the US tomato puree production are inspiring. However
they come very comprehensively framed in what I regard as the dubious
spirituality of Ken Wilbur which mirrors our 'naturalised' social
dominance in yet another a hierarchical godscape.
On 15/07/2015 10:09, Michel Bauwens wrote:
> agreed, buurtzorg is different than a classic forprofit entity (with
> extractive I mean that, not mining <g>)
> please go head by asking James,
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 4:04 PM, George Pór <george.por at gmail.com
> <mailto:george.por at gmail.com>> wrote:
> hi Michel,
> i have not read the book but my impression is that it is
> exclusively focused on entities that have extractive practices ?
> I'm not sure.
> Most of them have nothing to do the extensive extraction of
> natural resources, unless we include all organizations, who are
> using products or services whose the ingredients were ultimately
> extracted from the Earth, after a long chain of of intermediate
> For example. the book features a Buurtzorg, a self-managed
> community nursing organizations in the Netherlands. It's worth a read.
> Btw, the "Plan C for Advancing the Commons Transition in Greece"
> seems to be more important and urgent than ever, given the vacuum
> that rift <http://www.bbc.com/news/business-33531845> in the
> "institutions' may deepen.
> Shouldn't we ask Quilligan to give Plan C a hand?
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