The Hypercitizenship Challenge to Methodological Nationalism

Canoas, vol. 1, n. 1, nov. 2013

18 Pages Posted: 31 Mar 2015

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Andrea Pitasi

'Gabriele d'Annunzio' University of Chieti-Pescara

Date Written: January 2013


This paper analyzes the developments and paradigm shifts in the conceptual frame of systemic sociology. It provides a description of the socio-systemic global society as it attempts to unravel the future trajectories through which the society will evolve. In 2012, it becomes necessary for the citizen to increase the skills required to decode the scenarios around him/ her, turning him/herself into a hypercitizen. This is a two goal work as the systemic approach utilizes a conceptual toolkit to understand the new global challenges and through its reconiguration system traces the foundations for a new society form. This paper redesigns the conceptual map of global change through a systemic epistemology of sociology of law, the creation of laws (rule by law procedures) that can facilitate and accelerate the convergence of riconigurational technologies, reshape this new form of citizenship. Hypercitizenship, through the evolution of 9 turbo conditions can be used to develop and maintain a global scenario. The speed of global exchanges, trade, and capital lows (human, economic and intellectual ones) worldwide will be managed through a platform with standardized procedures and technologies such as languages and currencies worldwide.

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Pitasi, Andrea, The Hypercitizenship Challenge to Methodological Nationalism (January 2013). Canoas, vol. 1, n. 1, nov. 2013, Available at SSRN:

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