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- Commons: (1) A pool or set of common resources together with the agents controlling inflows and outflows of resources from the pool; (2) A bundle of rights held jointly or collectively by a group of people; traditionally referred to land or real property, more recently also includes many other types of valuables (knowledge, open source software information, copyrights, social relations). (3) An association of those controlling such pools or collectively holding such rights.
- : A unified type of social, political and economic activity, grounded in human group experience and based in autonomous, self-defining and self-governing communities of non-market, non-state actors with shared mutual interests in identified common purposes and the production of common goods.
- Philanthropy: Action for the love (or good) of humankind; can refer narrowly to fundraising or broadly to "private action for the public good".
- Civil society: The space for social activity outside the market, state and household; the arena of uncoerced collective action around shared interests, purposes and values.
- : A gathering, or coming-together of a group or plurality of persons for some shared purpose; A characteristic act of voluntary association. Freedom of association and of assembly are guaranteed under the same section (Section 20) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- : A physical location for the organization and presentation of an assembly.
- : A fundamental, perhaps the originally recognized, form of common-pool resource in which a self-governing group, or set of farmers share effective control of a plot of land divided into one or more fields and establish rules for acceptable use of the land.
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- : The act of terminating a commons through the elimination or transformation of shared resources into individually owned or controlled ones.
- : A donation, grant, or other unilateral transfer of money, property or service, given without consideration of an immediate return or exchange.
- : A basic type of commons in which a natural resource is under the collective control or management of a self-governing group of persons; an association or assembly of commoners.
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- : A term of art first used by Charlotte Hess to differentiate knowledge commons and other "new commons" where the common pool resources are information or other intangibles; differentiated from old commons in which the common pool resources are land, wood, fish, or other tangible, natural resources
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- : An archaeological site in the southeast of Turkey which may include the oldest known temple/temple complex and with no presently identified settlement associated with it. It was uncovered in 1963 and is only partially excavated.
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, consisting of 30 articles with definitions of civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights.