Michel Bauwens on Peer to Peer, Open Source Economy, the Commons & Web 3.0


Michel Bauwens, founder of Peer to Peer and author of the pioneering publication Peer to Peer Rationality, speaks with Robert David Steele, author of The Open Source Everything Manifesto about the emergence of a new world order in which every person is a sovereign individual and has voice and vote over every issue from local to global.

Time is spent in needed changes in the economic calculation (contributive accounting, flow accounting, thermo-dynamic accounting) and needed changes in public communications and education.

Both agree on the need for Web 3.0 and the reinstatement of humanity over technology, of the spiritual over the material, of common sense over dogma.

Here are Michel’s core links, followed by the people he recommends:


Kate Raworth, Doughnut Economics
Daniel Christian Wahl, Regenerative Cultures
John D. Liu, Ecosystem Restoration Camps
Peter Pogany, Heterodox Economics


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