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Volume 164, 202311th International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2022)
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|Published online||11 May 2023|
Problems and prospects of technocratic model of government
1 Kh. Ibragimov Complex Institute Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
2 The Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
3 Department of Public Administration, Moscow International University, Russian Federation
4 Philosophy and Sociology Sector, Academy of Sciences of Chechen Republic
5 Faculty of History, Chechen State University, Chechen Republic
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The paper deals with technocracy as one of the ways to organize the political life of society and variants of the state system. The paper analyzes the concept of technocracy and provides an overview of the main classical concepts of technocracy. It states that the concept of technocracy does not have an unambiguous definition, but has three basic features. Classical technocracy relies on the principle of exclusivity and the ideal of aristocratic rule laid down in Plato’s writings. The paper describes a new -deliberative model of technocracy, tailored on the principle of inclusiveness. Deliberative technocracy is a kind of technocracy by which political (and, in particular, state) decisions are taken based on expert opinion. Expert opinion is shaped following intellectual operations and is delineated in expert findings. Deliberative technocracy proclaims neither the power of abstract demos (mass men) nor the power of intellectual aristocracy. Deliberative technocracy brings a new force onto the political stage, otherwise referred to as experts. Thus, deliberative technocracy implies the majority rule, not the minority... but it is the rule of a qualified and competent majority.
Key words: politics / technocracy / democracy / government / experts
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