๐Ÿ‘ Warning: Contains History

Liked HEWN, No. 312

Engineering is aย socialย production not merely a scientific or technological one. And educational engineering is not just a profession; it is an explicitlyย commercialย endeavor. For engineers, as historian David Noble has pointed out, are not only โ€œthe foremost agents of modern technology,โ€ but also โ€œthe agents of corporate capital.โ€

โ€œLearning engineers,โ€ largely untethered from history and purposefully severed from the kind of commitment to democratic practices urged by Dewey, are now poised to be the agents of surveillance capital.

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