Quirk on Fri, 15 Dec 2006 23:55:44 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Copyright, Copyleft and the Creative Anti-Commons

Felix Stalder wrote:

> In this view, copyfights appear to articulate
> a "secondary contradiction" within capitalism, which cannot solved as long
> as the main contradition, that between labor and capital, is not
> redressed.
> Is that it?

Hello Felix, that is more or less it, yes, free culture is bankrupt in
the absence of free production. So long as capitalism is the dominant
mode of production, the majority of the marginal contribution to
production of free culture will be captured by way of economic rents
and accumulated by capital owners.

Dmytri Kleiner

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