#ReadWithMe: Power Without Knowledge 6: Problems with Epistocracy

In this series of posts so far, we’ve looked at Jeffrey Friedman’s definition of technocracy, the existence of naive realism and its consequences, problems of knowledge and interpretation among citizen-technocrats, and the problem of ideational heterogeneity. Can these issues be overcome by epistocrats? To recap, Friedman defines citizen-technocrats as those who believe identifying the existence […]