This article explores the continuities and schisms between the politics of the commons and communism. Broadly, it aims to challenge the assumption that commons discourse is a subsumption or overcoming of the communist idea. Instead it offers the material possibilities of “common singularity” to entwine and illuminate specific traditions of radical thought, which might speak to a commonism in more than name.

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