How does civil disobedience place itself in front of Liberal Democracy? An alteration or a revolution? Does it constitute a place for freedom, recognized by Democracy itself, or is it the evidence of Democracy limits, above all whereas conflicts emerge? The Introduction presents theoretical elaborations focused on the issue of civil disobedience, as well as on actual cases of non-violent struggles, also in the online public sphere.
Keywords: Civil Disobedience, Non-violence, Democracy, Repression, public sphere