Jacques Ellul was a Christian anarchist and philosopher from France. For many years, he was a professor of institutional history and sociology at the UniversitÃ© of Bordeaux's Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences. Ellul is a philosopher with a special interest in technology and the danger of technological tyranny, despite his training as a sociologist. The slogan Think globally, act locally is reported to have been coined by him. Propaganda, The Political Illusion, The Theology Basis of Law, The Meaning of the City, and many others are among his works. At the age of 82, Jacques Ellul died in 1994.