The Alien Next Door

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The “natural world” became a primal chaos of danger and uncertainty that civilized humanity must free itself. Environment (like womankind) became “the other”, whose vagaries needed to be subdued and cultivated. December 1968 when Garrett Hardin released his paper in Knowledge entitled “The Tragedy of the Commons” Fast onward to.

Neoliberal capitalists, right wing theorists, and new-colonial development agencies, embraced the word to justify their privatization model predicated on growth and efficiency. Hardin in the beginning argued that “the commons were a less-advanced form of social existence, one which existed without rules or regulations,” writes Robert Marzec in his book Militarizing the Environment.

Hardin vigorously applied this singular perspective to a myriad of “property” from fish populations to national parks and polluted steams to parking loads of and he prescribed by doctors a singular solution: assigning private property or enclosure. “The shortcoming of the tragic myth of the commons,” creates The Land Magazine, “is its strangely unidimensional picture of individual mother nature.

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The farmers in Hardin’s pasture do not seem to be to talk to one another. Nothing could be from the reality further. In fact, it is the opposite. Hardin’s single-minded argument erroneously imposed the behaviour of the post-commons humanity-entrepreneurs been trained in a capitalist enclosure model-on inhabitants who managed by other public paradigms in the commons.

What Hardin overlooked, said E.P. Thompson, “is the fact that commoners were not without good sense.” Hardin later retracted his use of this designation on commons mankind. The commons received developed a controlled cultural system of bank checks and amounts against monopolization highly. Villages used functional mechanisms of seasonal distribution and redistribution, like the “mead stick” system, to ensure that no single person would gain monopoly of the land.

Each mead stay associated with a specific farmer was positioned into a sac and attracted to determine which “mead-ow” a farmer acquired. Only the land considered suited to vegetation was cultivated; the remainder was open for everyone to make use of for cattle. People that had access to the land weren’t business people, bent on accumulating capital; they were inhabitants of the land and used it for sustenance rather than investment.