The Ethics of the Digital Commons

Journal of Media Ethics 35 (2):112-126 (2020)
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This paper asks: Why is it morally good to foster the digital commons? How can we ethically justify the importance of the digital commons? An answer is given based on Aristotelian ethics. Because A...

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