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Technocracy If Engineers Ruled the World
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Technocracy 1. History 1. The Ideas 1. What Happened?
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Forerunners of the Technocrats Francis Bacon, The New Atlantis, UK, 1627
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Forerunners of the Technocrats Saint-Simon, Du Systeme Industriel , France, 1802 `Industrial ability must replace feudal and military power; it is more important that administrators be competent than that they belong to a particular political party.’
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Saint-Simon’s Three Chambers of Parliament 1. `Invention’: engineers and artists 2. `Examination’: scientists 3. `Execution’: industrialists
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Prosper Enfantin, disciple of Saint-Simon
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Technocracy in North America 1899: Bellamy publishes `Looking Backward’ , a look ahead to the distant future (2000 AD) 1911: Taylor publishes `Principles of Scientific Management’. 1916: Gantt organises fifty engineers into `The New Machine’ .
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1917: The US enters World War I 1921: Thorsten Veblen publishes `The Engineers and the Price System’. Hoover publishes the results of the Committee
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