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Volume 72, 2019International Scientific Conference: “Achievements and Perspectives of Philosophical Studies” (APPSCONF-2019)
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|Philosophy of Science and Technology
|28 November 2019
Technocratic ideology in the dessauer`s philosophy of technology
Samara University, 443086, Samara, Russia
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This article discusses the relationship between technocratic and the philosophy of technology concepts. Both of these areas of socio-philosophical thought have a significant number of parallels in their development. They grew up on the basic principles that were derived in the era of antiquity. Later on in the 19th century those concepts became more acceptable, because of the scientific and technological progress. In 20th century those approaches finally formed the philosophical discourse. There are a great number of philosophers and scientists study technocracy and philosophy of technology but in our research we make references to T.Veblen, who studied the technocracy and F.Dessauer, who was German philosopher and his area of interests was philosophy of technology. The Veblen`s and Dessauer`s ideas of technology development and its role in the society life are analyzed in the article. And in addition to that we analyze the role of engineers and managers in the manufacturing and administrating evolution. As for the result of the research that has been made it is necessary to say that the ideas of two scientists remain relevant for the times where technocratic concepts exist.
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