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About Daniel Raventós

Daniel Raventós is the author of Basic Income: The Material Conditions of Freedom He is on the editorial board of the international political review Sin Permiso.

Articles by Daniel Raventós

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

A republican call for a basic income

Republicanism offers a persuasive guide to the political shaping of markets. A basic income could be the foundation of a democratic republican economy that frees all citizens from the commodification of labour.

General strike in the kingdom of Spain: the political economy and basic income

A basic income could be of enormous importance as an integral part of a package of measures designed to guarantee the material existence of all people and their possibilities of living according to their own life plans. Universalising property - by providing the essential conditions for material, and hence social existence to everyone - would universalise the essential condition of truly effective citizenship.

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