Technological change, defined as "progress," is seen as an ineluctable process in modern history, one that develops as the result of the activities of men and women seeking private good, activities which include the development of inventions and innovations that benefit all of society. To encourage progress is to encourage private inventors and entrepreneurs to work unimpeded by state interference" (349).
-Langdon Winner, 1992
Winner, Langdon. "Citizen virtues in a technological order." Inquiry 35, no. 3-4 (1992): 341-361.
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