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  1. REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    6th March 2011 06:20
    REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    Here it is "The picture developing from science is that humans are essentially machines made of meat. They are "executors" not "pursuers"."
  2. REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    6th March 2011 06:19
    REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    WHoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!! Sorry dudee!! Didn't mean to offend you with that characterisation, I think i just picked that up from what you said to some other user on your homeboard, something like "well recent research confirms humans are like machines in X ways" I can't remember.
  3. The Vegan Marxist
    4th February 2011 03:00
    The Vegan Marxist
    I'm majoring in psychology. Going into behavioral psychology.
  4. The Vegan Marxist
    1st February 2011 19:08
    The Vegan Marxist
    Just wondering comrade, but what's our occupation? I'm guessing somewhere in the field of science?
  5. Quail
    24th January 2011 09:27
    Quail
    Hey, just out of interest, what do you define yourself as politically?
  6. REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    25th December 2010 09:16
    REVLEFT'S BIEGGST MATSER TROL
    you kinda freak me out, i don't see why you act like humans are machines, that sounds terrible.
  7. StockholmSyndrome
    3rd December 2010 14:42
    StockholmSyndrome
    Hello, I am interested in technocracy, but skeptical. My main concern is that those at the top of the meritocratic ladder would begin to feel as if they were entitled to more and would become dissatisfied and corrupt. Technocracy seems incredibly social-darwinistic and anti-democratic. What sorts of popular checks would be in place to prevent a bureaucratic class with more accumulated power and resources than the rest from forming? I think some form of participatory political structure with Nested Councils, such as that proposed by Stephen Shalom, would need to put in place. Otherwise, technocracy and the entire idea of meritocracy and social engineering just seems like bourgeois "socialism from above". Or am I completely missing something?
  8. Quail
    26th September 2010 18:48
    Quail
    Yeah I should really stop drunk-posting. I was quite harsh and insulting I think.
  9. Quail
    26th September 2010 16:30
    Quail
    I'm sorry. I was pretty wasted yesterday and I don't remember posting on your wall..
  10. Quail
    26th September 2010 03:44
    Quail
    Hey (I am druink, but shhhh) sometimes you act as though umans are robots. I disagree with that, but technocracy in general appeals to me. You do make some good posts, but sometimes I can't take you seriously, because of your lackn of understanding of humans.

About Me

  • About Technocrat
    Location
    Austin, TX
    Occupation
    College Student
    Political Statement
    Communism and Technocracy are not only 100% compatible, they are complementary. Neither one can succeed without the other.

    The most general definition of Technocracy is "Science applied to the social order."
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    Economic Left/Right: -7.88
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.38

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  • Join Date: 7th April 2009
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