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The article joins the recent discussion, led by theorists of the commons, on the meaning of "commoning". It proposes to recognize as the main feature of the practice of commoning the capacity to reproduce the autonomy of plebeian life-worlds that could possibly lead to a post-capitalist future. The identification of commoning as the activity of marginal subjectivities is presented here with the example of gleaning. This traditional activity of the poor is re-examined in the article as andoi:10.14746/prt2020.2.3 fatcat:naimey3n3be25ikvbq6vjun5oy