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Nick Landin bataillelainen energetiikka“, niin & näin 2/2012

Talous fossiilikapitalismin jälkeen“, teoksessa Talouden uudet muodot, toim. Mikko Jakonen ja Tiina Silvasti, Into, Helsinki 2015.

with Juha Torvinen. “Musical Meaning in Between: Ineffability, Atmosphere and Asubjectivity in Musical Experience.” Journal of Aestthetics and Phenomenology. Volume 1, Number 2, November 2014. PDF

Next Nature and the Curse of Oil“, http://www.nextnature.net/2014/02/next-nature-and-the-curse-of-oil/ 21/02/14

with Jarkko Moilanen: “3D Printing Community and Emerging Practices of Peer Production“, First Monday, Volume 18, Number 8 – 5 August 2013.

Between Žižek and Wagner: Retrieving the Revolutionary Potential of Music“, International Journal of Zizek Studies, Vol. 6, No 3.

TV, “Notes on an Anarchist Theory of Language, or, A Sympathetic Critique of Zerzan’s Primitivist Refusal of Symbolic Language“, Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies 1/2011.

TV, Oil and the Regime of Capitalism: Questions to Philosophers of the Future CTheory 6/23/2010

Vadén, Tere (2009) EROEI-fantasia eli kysymyksiä tulevaisuuden filosofeille. niin & näin 4/2009. PDF

Vadén, Tere & Suoranta, Juha (2009) A definition and criticism of cybercommunism. Capital & Class, March 2009.

Tere Vadén & Juha Suoranta (2008) Social media and levels of freedom. re-public.

Mikkonen Teemu, Vadén Tere, Vainio Niklas (2007). The Protestant ethic strikes back: Open source developers and the ethic of capitalism. First Monday 12:2.

Vadén Tere (2007). “Digital Opportunities, Real Impossibilities. The Mismatched Promise of ‘Cultural Industry’ and Cybercommunism.” framework 6/2007. Also in http://eipcp.net/policies/cci/vaden/en

Reijo Kupiainen, Juha Suoranta & TV., “Fire Next Time, or Revisioning Higher Education in the Context of Digital Social Creativity.” Informal Learning and Digital Media: Constructions, Contexts, Consequences, 21-23 September 2006, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark PDF

“What is Local Thinking (Can There Be Finnish Philosophy?)” in T. Botz & J. Hengelbrock (eds.), Re-ethnicizing the Minds? Cultural Revival in Contemporary Thought. Rodopi, Amsterdam 2006. link | PDF

Vainio, Niklas; Vadén, Tere & Oksanen, Ville. “Sustainability of open collaboration communities: five aspects”, First Monday. peer reviewed journal on the internet. FM10 Openness: Code, Science and Content, May 2006.

Niklas Vainio & TV, “Sociology of Free and Open Source Software Business: Motivations and Structures” in Nina Helander & Hanna Martin Vahvavnen, Multidisciplinary Views to Open Source Software Business, eBRC Reseach Reports 33. PDF

with Petri Koikkalainen, Mikko Lahtinen, Heikki Suominen and Sami Syrjämäki, “Democracy and Globalisation – the Second Meeting of The Tampere Club” in The Tampere Club Net Publications, 01/2005, PDF

“Digital Nominalism. Notes on the ethics of information society in view of the ontology of the digital” Ethics and Information Technology 6, no. 4, pp. 223-231. (December 2004) link | PDF

with Niklas Vainio, “Software Strategies for Sustainable Development” in Olli Hietanen (ed.) University Partnership for International Development. Finnish Development Knowledge. Finland Futures Research Centre, Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, 2005. PDF

“Ethics and gods: How is local ethics possible?”, Continental Philosophy Review 37, no. 4, pp. 407-438 (2005). link

“Ownership of Information, Knowledge Creation and Free Software: The Digital Information Society and Postmodern Philosophy”, framework 2/2004 HTML

with Juha Suoranta: “Breaking Radical Monopolies: towards political economy of digital literacy”, E-Learning, Vol. 1, no 2. link

with Frans Mäyrä: “Ethics of Living Technology. Design Principles for Proactive Home Environments”, HumanIT 7:2, link

“Foreword: FLOSS, Information Society and the Verbs” in Free as in Education, N. Rajani et al, Research report for Ministry for Foreign Affairs, OneWorld Finland and Kepa, Helsinki 2003 PDF html

“Intellectual Property, Open Source and Free Software”, Mediumi 1.5: open source link

“Qualifying Qualia Through the Skyhook Test” Inquiry 44 (2001), pp. 149-70. PDF

“Dreamwork and the Subject – A Surrealist Interpretation” Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, vol 2, no 3, December 2001. HTML

with Veikko Rantala, “Minds as Connoting Systems. Logic and the Language of Thought”, Erkenntnis, 46 (3): 315-334, May 1997 link to PDF