Kessler Olivier, Lenglet Marc, 2020, « Between concepts and thought: Digital technologies and temporal relationality », International Relations, vol. 34, n°3, p. 413-431.

    This article advances the argument that the acceleration of practices introduced by digital

    technologies also impact key concepts of social theory. Digital technologies not only give rise

    to new concepts, but they also reconfigure our entire socio-political conceptual vocabulary.

    In particular, this acceleration reorganises the relationship between the spatial and temporal

    dimensions of political concepts. As a consequence, our spatially defined understanding of

    authority, hierarchy or relation underestimates the repercussions of shifting temporalities. This

    article pursues this shift from space to time and outlines how temporal relationality is gradually

    impacting the representations and images we live by.

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