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Noocracy
also called "aristocracy of the wise"

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  1. as defined by Plato, is a social and political system that is "based on the priority of human mind", according to Vladimir Vernadsky

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  2. also developed by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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  3. The word itself is derived from Greek 'nous', Gen. 'noos' (νους) meaning 'mind' or 'intellect', and 'kratos' (κράτος), 'authority' or 'power'

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  4. One of the first attempts to implement such political system was perhaps Pythagoras' "city of the wise" that he planned to build in Italy together with his followers, the order of "mathematikoi." In modern history, similar concepts were introduced by

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  5. As defined by Plato, Noocracy is considered to be the future political system of entire human race, to replace Democracy, "the authority of the crowd", and other forms of government. Eric Hoffer, on the other hand, scorned the Platonic concept of the

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