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technocracy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Government, Computers
technocracytech‧noc‧racy /tekˈnɒkrəsi $ -ˈnɑː-/ noun (plural technocracies) [countable, uncountable]  PGa social system in which people with a lot of knowledge about science, machines, and computers have a lot of power
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technocracyPolitics, Lenin thought, could be replaced by technocracy.Shock learning can be seen as a product of elitism, technocracy and authoritarianism.What had replaced them was the mindset of technocracy.Absence of the human in daily transactions -- having been replaced by soulless rituals of technocracy, institutions, and state security.
From Longman Business Dictionarytechnocracytech‧noc‧racy /tekˈnɒkrəsi-ˈnɑː-/ noun (plural technocracies) [countable, uncountable] a social system in which people with a lot of scientific or technical knowledge have a lot of powerThe higher ranks of the civil service were steeped in a tradition of technocracy.
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