Making sense of the global managerial revolution

Making sense of the global managerial revolution

Always and everywhere, power attempts to centralize.

In his book “On Power,” the political theorist Bertrand de Jouvenel explains that power is always seeking to erode barriers to that process of centralization. In its most organic construction, civilization is formed out of overlapping spheres of social sovereignty. Man is a political animal, and none of us exist in complete isolation but instead find ourselves bound into a web of social dependencies and obligations. The family, church, tribe, guild, and fraternity each make demands on and provide for the needs of their members.

Particular peoples with particular identities and ways of being are the enemy of universalized bureaucratic management.

This network of voluntary and involuntary associations grants us identity and meaning while also

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