Seamlessness as Disenfranchisement: The Digital State of Pigs and How to Resist

Acta Baltica Historiae Et Philosophiae Scientiarum 8 (2):38-53 (2020)
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Abstract

If it is the tendency of technology, and especially of information and communication technology, particularly in the context of the smart city, not to empower the human person but rather to disenfranchise them by curtailing their capability to judge and choose, how can one counter this dynamic? Code, make, talk, and pray are suggested as possible modes of resistance.

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