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Nowadays, given the technological revolution of the society of information, the administrative management of the cities faces a new problem not as related to the projection of the urban space as to the capacity of controlling and measuring the process of direct and centralized production of the cities by part of some non-homogeneous social multitudes, in a hyper-accelerated time towards instantaneity. Against libertarian apologies of the new "participative urbanisms", the article puts forward adoi:10.5209/rev_tk.2012.v9.n2.48040 doaj:b4a6b6b47485477db6ade19a69f6370c fatcat:2tjqddszgnhxpclapteiithvre