from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A subscriber to the philosophy of dynamism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who accounts for material phenomena by a theory of dynamics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A believer in dynamism.
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Or, as I say in the book, dynamist, which is a term that's a little broader than ...
Virginia Postrel's term "dynamist" might be added to that list as well.
I find that "dynamist" ideas can come from both sides of the aisle.
Their focus is on discussing the societal effects of emerging technologies with dynamist thoughts on experimentation.
Our very own Virginia Postrel has a series of interesting posts over at dynamist. com (keep scrolling).
In her book The Future and its Enemies, she speculates that the real political divide is not "right vs. left" but "statist vs. dynamist."
She maintains a regularly updated Weblog at www. dynamist.com.
At her always stylish and dynamist...ic? blog, Dynamist Blog, Virginia Postrel argues that end-users are a growing source of innovation.
Using the categories of “stasist” and “dynamist” is not the same as assigning the values of “right” or “left” or “conservative” or “liberal.”
LAMB: Would a d-- a dynamist then have "Road to Serfdom" on their -- a
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