By Manuel Castells
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At the present time, our towns are an embodiment of the advanced, ancient evolution of data, wishes and expertise. Our deliberate and designed actions co-evolve with our aspirations, mediated by means of the present applied sciences and social constructions. the town represents the accretion and accumulation of successive layers of collective task, structuring and being established by way of different, more and more far-off towns, achieving now correct world wide.
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