Thinking ahead: the new politics of knowledge

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2001 Number 19

Thinking ahead: the new politics of knowledge
Jonathan Rutherford pages -


Knowledge is increasingly becoming a commodity, with trade in intellectual property rights and other forms of knowledge lying at the heart of current forms of capitalist accumulation. Can we protect the intellectual commons and create a commonwealth Of knowledge?

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