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Who is the Digital Sovereign?

Rahel Süß

: 85) and nonelectoral democratic representation ( Landemore 2021: 76 ). While there is much to recommend in how these approaches can contribute to redefining the digital sovereign, I argue that they risk a liberal-technocratic understanding that

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Democratic Self-transformations

Identity, Performance, and the Politics of Becoming

Hans Asenbaum and Taina Meriluoto

-oriented account of a politics of becoming that goes beyond individual identity transformation and envisions a deep reconfiguration of society. The next two articles take us to the digital realm. In “Who Is the Digital Sovereign?” Rahel Süb challenges liberal