- the views or habit of mind of a utopian; impracticable schemes of political or social reform.
Origin of utopianism
1655–65; utopian + -ism
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Examples from the Web for utopianism
Otherwise, indeed, it would only be a new kind of Utopianism.
Doubtless both Marx and Engels lapsed occasionally into Utopianism.
Quixotism, or Utopianism; that is another of the devil's pet words.
Let us think for a few moments what romance and Utopianism mean.
It was the utopianism of our tails, in most cases, that first cracked the shell.Socialism: Positive and Negative
Robert Rives La Monte
Word Origin and History for utopianism
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