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Solution 295-304: Mare Amoris

Ingo Niermann
Sternberg Press
11 × 18 cm
108 pp
Politics, Environment

It was the concept of the ocean as a global commons, free for everyone — first formulated by Hugo Grotius in his 1609 treatise, Mare Liberum — that stimulated a free global market. Today, the free market and the free ocean both suffer from rigorous, exploitive use. A new concept of how to relate to the ocean could transform the global economy and global politics. Solution 295–304: Mare Amoris proposes new practical, technological, and metaphysical scenarios of how to fall in love with the sea, and, eventually, have the sea fall in love with us.

With contributions by Marah J. Hardt and Eduardo Navarro.

  1. Solution 295-304: Mare Amoris

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