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Unenclosable

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    • 1. What does unencloseable mean?
    • 2. First, consider what would happen if someone owned the English language.
    • 3. There would be no such thing as free speech,
    • 4. and communication would be severely impaired.
    • 5. Using currencies to map flows is a linguistic act map
    • 6. similar to writing. a b c d e f g....
    • 7. a b c d e f g.... language language We write using a language
    • 8. a b c d e f g.... language language that isn’t owned by anyone.
    • 9. a b c d e f g.... language lanuage But what if someone could charge
    • 10. a b c d e f g.... language for the use of English?
    • 11. a b c d e f g.... language The power to communicate
    • 12. a b c d e f g.... language would be highly concentrated.
    • 13. map architecture The architecture we use to implement currencies
    • 14. map architecture has enclosure built in.
    • 15. map architecture So power and wealth
    • 16. map architecture become highly concentrated.
    • 17. architecture

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