1. The chamber of invention: 200 civil engineers, 50 writers, 50 other artists. Makes the nation efficient and pleasant, and plans festivals to celebrate the achievements of industry, and to encourage them to work on further projects.
2. The chamber of examination: 100 'organic physicists,' 100 inorganic, 100 mathematicians. Responsible for education (for which he clearly has a physiological basis in mind), which is graded into three strata by wealth. Organise festivals which celebrate differentiated social roles: of men, women, workers, managers, etc.
3. The chamber of execution: the reorganised commons. 100 national members, and 50 international, with consultative votes. All rich and unsalaried, heads of industrial houses. It alone oversees the execution of projects and collects taxes.