Three (de)constructive readings of the commons

Rodrigo Míguez Núnez 01/04/2024 This article analyzes three de-constructive agitations of the traditional premises of property law in light of the commons’ conception. The study confronts the classical theoretical tools of private law with the notion of the commons to provide an understanding of property law from an inter-relational perspective that is, as a discipline focused on the interdependence between human and non-human beings in an ethos where nothing is separable. To this purpose, special attention is devoted to the non-economic value of the relationship that persons have with things, as well as to the “agency” of the latter, in order to institutionalizing the human and non-human inter-relation within the discourse of the commons Click here for the full article: