Community accountability and epistemology

The way in which we perceive our embeddedness into given social contexts depends highly on our understanding of preliminary examples. We want to encourage transparent practices that work for all and provide a sufficient semiologic context to support the proposal.

A social charter is a social and institutional framework providing incentives for the management and protection of commons resources. Creating a social charter requires the support and involvement of people across a region or community of interest who depend on specific common goods for their livelihood and welfare. A social charter can be developed for a single commons or for overlapping commons.

A "group is its own worst enemy". -- Clay Shirky. Justly famous post by Clay Shirky on the way groups work to defeat themselves. Some ideas from it are itemized below. post


Discoursive Ethics: Responsibility Imperative in relation to Climate Change

"voluntary simplicity, conviviality and care" in: Heikkurinen P. 2016. "Degrowth by Means of Technology? A Treatise for an Ethos of Releasement". Journal of Cleaner Production.

conditional design (1 , 2 )

critical commoning of publics, networked publics


Textured activism: in-between liberation and oppression - extractable context: Care, inbetweenness, path-dependency, uncertainty, mapping



Total Survey Error Components Linked to Steps in the Measurement and Representational Inference Process