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In the first part of my chapter, I specifically address distributed ledger technologies for their disruptive potential toward our social and economic relationships. Some of its possible architectures can enhance our lives, while others may cause many challenges and enact certain prejudices in their support of collective well-being. Along these lines, the tokenization of non-material values is the most intriguing area for its unexplored potentialities. In the second part, I maintain that it is important to pay attention to the forms of divisive thinking with which we interpret social relations and orient our social action so as to allow that kind of urban co-design that favors the joy of living and purposive action. In the third part, I emphasize the centrality of an enactive approach to ground our efforts.
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