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    Technoliberalism, or TechLib is a Centrist-yellow.png centrist ideology leaning on the libertarian right quadrant. They believe in the ideals of liberty, self-awareness, individuality, decentralization, and responsibility while developing technologies that are available to the general public and the five core interests of technoliberalism such as the construction of government, environmentalism, economics, education and science, and civil liberties.


    In the book Technoliberalism and the End of Participatory Culture in the United States, Adam Fish describes technoliberalism as the belief that network technologies reduce the contradictions of a society that nurtures both the free market of Clib.png Classical Liberalism and the social welfare of Soclib.png Social Liberalism.[1]

    At the heart of the philosophy of technoliberalism as a belief and movement is "a predominant belief in technology, a suspicion of traditional modernist institutions, and the belief that the cumulative consequences of individual involvement in technology will generate social benefits."[2] The main beliefs of this ideology correspond to five main interests: Construction of the Government, education and science, economics, Envi.png environment and Civlibert.png civil liberties. They include:

    Personality and Behaviour

    How to Draw

    Symbol of Technoliberalism

    Like Technocracy.pngTechnocracy, TechLib is simple to draw.

    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Draw a yin-yang symbol in light grey and dark midnight blue.
    3. Draw in the eyes.

    You're done!

    Color Name HEX RGB
    Light Grey #BFBFBF 191, 191, 191
    Dark midnight blue #003366 0, 51, 102



    • Lib.png Liberalism - My dad taught me that human rights need to be protected at all costs.
    • E-Democracy.png E-Democracy - We need to increase popular participation through technology.
    • Cap.png Capitalism - Best economic model. (Don't get mad at my regulations please, they're necessary!)
    • Ectrans.png Technogaianism & Glib.png Green Liberalism - We need to protect our planet by any means necessary while developing technology and protecting our rights.
    • Civlibert.png Civil Libertarianism - Protecting the individual's freedom while respecting others, I like that!
    • Regulationism.png Regulationism - Fair regulation and fair taxation are necessary. (But not too much!)
    • Soccap.png Social Capitalism & Orlib.png Ordo-Liberalism - Freiburg School is ultrabased.
    • Ecocap.png Eco-Capitalism - Wonderful! Just needs some more regulation and it'd be perfect.
    • Scientocracy Small.png Scientocracy - We must listen to scientists at all times.
    • Soclib.png Social Liberalism - Fellow liberal who supports fairly regulated capitalism. Great guy.
    • Socliber.png Social Libertarianism - We have quite a lot in common! (You could say Yang supports both of us...)
    • FDF-Pirate.png Piratism - Defending civil liberties with an emphasis on internet rights? That's quite based not gonna lie.
    • Nordmodel.png Nordic Model - Eesti can into Nordic!


    • Technocracy.png Technocracy - I do like his sentiment of being intelligent, but why do you argue with me for supporting liberal ideas? Isn't it how this world should be run?
    • Franco-alt.png Francoism - You like science and merit too, but you are too authoritarian.
    • Clib.png Classical Liberalism - Ok but you're a minarchist obsessive. Still better than Misestard.
    • ImperiumEU.png Lowellism - Some pretty based policies but you're a Right-Libertarian Neo-Nazi.
    • Dsa.png Democratic Socialism Demsocstar.png - I like that you also advocate for democracy and regulation, but socialism takes things way too far left. And I prefer STEM power over worker power anyway.
    • Soctrans.png Socialist Transhumanism - Transhumanism is based, but socialism is cringe.


    • Anprim.png Anarcho-Primitivism - Sending everyone back to the stone age is not going to liberate anyone.
    • Neolud.png Neoluddism - I'm not exactly sure how you plan on getting rid of all the world's technology.
    • Soc-h.png Socialism - If you want a raise next week, you need to stop protesting and do your science experiments or something.
    • Consocf.png Conservative Socialism - Ugh. S*cialist with backward cultural views.
    • Indust.png Industrialism - Please follow my environmental regulations.
    • Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Right-Wing Populism - You're suffering from conspiracy brainrot, get help immediately.
    • Bolsonarism - alt.png Bolsonarism - Fake liberal, stop promoting pseudoscience.
    • Kak.png Kakistocracy - I will prevent you.
    • Polpot.png Pol Potism - Absolutely disgusting.
    • Euras.png Fourth Theory - I am living proof that liberals are not the "tards" you claim they are.
    • Austrobert.png Austrian School - You do realize that the free market needs some regulation in order to function properly?

    Further Information





    1. Fish, Adam. 2017. Technoliberalism and the End of Participatory Culture. Palgrave Macmillan.
    2. Horst, Heather and Miller, Daniel (eds.) "Digital Anthropology" 2012. Accessed 7 February 2014.



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