… we really do want a central bank that will protect the currency from the winds of electoral politics, without losing the benefits democratic legitimacy and without indulging the myth that all central bank policy is purely technocratic. We can and should be comfortable with the reality that central bankers, like everyone else, are people whose life experiences—including their technical training—give them an ideological frame of reference through which they evaluate the world. The key to reforming the Fed is to know as much about the values of those central bankers as possible.

Peter Conti-Brown, The Power and Independence of the Federal Reserve. 

Note that with the neutral usage Peter makes of the word “ideological,” the meaning is the same as if it said “give them a frame of reference through which they evaluate the world.