Mine, and Thine, were then unused, All things common: Nought abusde

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  1. Lisa:
    This is a bit of my cultural heritage, which is a children’s record that I grew up with from a very early age. It’s from a Berlin theatre company that made a lot of theatre plays for young kids and teenagers explaining communism in a playful way in West Berlin in the 1980s: explaining in a simple way, why do we have wars? Is it mine or yours? When I read that quote about Mine and Thine in the context of the book and realising that someone during the Enlightenment already thought about this and then it reappeared on my children’s record and realising that these ideas have been around for quite a while, maybe then, that is completely discardable and maybe there’s something in it that can be reinvestigated or discovered. I just felt very connected to it.

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