1. a form of government in which scientists and technical experts are in control
    technocracy was described as that society in which those who govern justify themselves by appeal to technical experts who justify themselves by appeal to scientific forms of knowledge
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How To Use technocracy In A Sentence

  • In fact, the authors claim the version of technocracy generated by the act may inadvertently serve the needs of democracy.
  • Politics has adopted the language of technocracy and presents itself as a matter of effective management.
  • So you're not worried about the development of a sort of elite technocracy running the global brain machines?
  • I already thought of two descriptive names for this society: a technocratic theocracy, or a theocratic technocracy.
  • Paraphrasing Marcuse, technocracy views everything that is not backed up by facts, as an ideological matter.
  • Further, graduates from a significant community college understand and utilize technology as an integrated tool that assures their participation as tech-savvy citizens who play a significant role in our emerging technocracy.
  • The cinema we need, the cinema that combats technocracy will, therefore, be non-narrative.
  • The core thesis in this book is that the global technocracy, visible in all our major cities, working for globally focused organisations, have more in common with each other than the culture of their particular national hinterland.
  • Technocracy claims that experts of science and technology govern society totally.
  • The end of the 1960s saw a rejection of technocracy, for many valid reasons.
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