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Libervis: Free Culture Needs Free Software

Feb 28, 2006, 00:30 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Danijel Orsolic for this link. ]

"Before talking about Free Culture we should establish some kind of a definition of Free Culture, in that it would seem logical we should first define 'culture' and then identify what it is that makes this culture to become a free one. It is not an easy task regarding the term 'culture' tends to mean various things in several contexts of use. However, if we look at some most common contexts we can see what culture in general may consist of and reach a better understanding of what it is, and in the end, what turns it a free one.

"That said, we can recognize 'culture' as a system of beliefs, ethics and morality, various methods, approaches and solutions to common problems, common human behaviors, sense of creativity and ultimately the outcome of any of the above in interaction..."

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