- n. Plural form of technocracy.
“He is not pursuing a set of random initiatives lashed arbitrarily together, but a program of comprehensive Europeanization: European health care, European welfare, European carbon taxes, European day care, European college education, even a European foreign policy, based on engagement with supranational technocracies, nuclear disarmament and a reluctance to deploy forces overseas.”
“In the book, I make the distinction among three kinds of cultures, two using technocracies and technopolies.”
“Arguments for belief in science are arguments for technocracies where almost everyone is several steps removed from directly apprehending the things that they are supposed to believe in.”
“The re-centralization of power and control and expansion of a statist system with integrated and cooperative corporatist technocracies to enhance and insure the expansion of a singular party's control is the fantasy of many a dictator and we might have reached that zenith in history just now.”
“Perhaps they think the future will be filled with technocracies that ignore individual human suffering, but why should they think that?”
“Some time in the 18th century perhaps in 1765 with the steam engine, or in 1776 with Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations we find the emergence of technocracies, cultures in which the tools attack the culture: they intrude upon and seek to dominate every facet of the culture including “tradition, social mores, myth, politics, ritual, and religion.””
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