‘Does for the commons what Marx did for capitalism in Capital. Omnia Sunt Communia will be indispensable to scholars and activists grappling with the most important question of our time: what system, if any, should follow the end of capitalism?’
George Caffentzis, author of In Letters of Blood and Fire: Work, Machines, and the Crisis of Capitalism
'An ambitious and path-breaking work. It makes for a powerful and challenging book that all educators and activists in movements for social justice should read.’
Silvia Federici, author of Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist Struggle
‘This book is at once expansively curious and politically urgent. De Angelis does justice to the complex heat and light of the commons: our hidden past, our living present and our potential future.’
Max Haiven, author of Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power
‘De Angelis offers us a sweeping framework for understanding how commons can provide practical pathways for political and social emancipation. Timely, insightful and hopeful.’
David Bollier, author of Think Like a Commoner
'De Angelis has applied his considerable academic understanding to his practical experience of communing to advance a critical conversation on social change.'
Green Left Weekly
'An extraordinary new book.'