CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition
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The Internet in need of democracy

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Controlling public debate on the Internet has become a necessity for European democracies, given the power wielded by the main digital platforms. But how can online discussion promote the exercise of critical rationality? The issue, edited by Romain Badouard and Charles Girard, examines the spread of fake news, online mobilizations, and possibilities of control. Also read in this issue: the moral shipwreck of the Catholic Church, who are the Taliban?, governing the pandemic, Jean Genet’s French reputation and a meeting with Pierre Bergounioux.

Founded by Emmanuel Mounier in 1932, this journal orients its readers in contemporary debates and investigates our democratic form of life. A people’s university, it drives a collective of authors to make sense of our global modernity. The journal is independent, cosmopolitan and committed to justice. Read more...
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