Professor Rajani Kanth is an economist, philosopher, and social thinker. He has held affiliations with some of the most prestigious universities in the world, and has also served as an advisor to the United Nations, in New York. He is the author/editor of several academic works in political economy, and culture-critique, is a novelist an d poet, and has also scribed several screenplays. He has taught in the areas of anthropology, sociology, political science, history, economics, and philosophy. His research interests lie in political economy, peace studies, gender studies, cosmology and the environment. An Affiliate at Harvard University 2007-2017, he is Trustee of the World Peace Congress. His most recent books are: Farewell to Modernism, Peter Lang, NY, 2017; and The Post‐Human Society, De Gruyter, Warsaw, 2015.
By Michel Bauwens, Rajani Kanth, Commons Transition
Peer to peer is a relational dynamic which allows every individual to connect ‘permissionlessly’ to any other individual. You could call it ‘networking freedom’ if you like.