Technocracy, a governmental or
organizational system where decision makers are selected based upon
how highly knowledgeable they are, rather than how much political
capital they hold.
a system encouraging the widest possible distribution of the means
of production, so that as many people as possible can be
entrepreneurs. Small businesses that support one family are valued
more highly than large corporations and large government
hypothetical historical era wherein production is not organized on
the premise of valorization through exploitation, and distribution
follows the principle "to each according to need". Communism would
presume the abolition of work as a separate sphere of life one is
coerced into for survival; the material means of subsistence would
thus be said to be held in 'common'.
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