Generative Approach to Engineering to Maintain Value in Unalienated Forms

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* Article: A Generative Perspective on Engineering: Why the Destructive Force of Artifacts Is Immune to Politics: Interplay between Engineering, Social Sciences, and Innovation. By Ron Eglash. In book: Engineering a Better Future

URL = https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328896685_A_Generative_Perspective_on_Engineering_Why_the_Destructive_Force_of_Artifacts_Is_Immune_to_Politics_Interplay_between_Engineering_Social_Sciences_and_Innovation?

Abstract

"Whether value is extracted for redistribution by a communist state, or extracted for purposes of private enterprise, the problem is in the extraction, which is strongly influenced by the engineering design. A generative approach to engineering would maintain value in unalienated forms, and allow it to circulate such that it returns to the communities of generation."