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  • v. Present participle of futurize.


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  • And so by futurizing Jesus' definitive presence, once again we find a way to declare the present to be impoverished and impotent, devoid of qualitatively supreme engagement between creature and Creator.

    Eliot Daley: Killing the Church by Denigrating the Immediacy of God

  • Their bullshit meter for futurizing was extremely highly attuned.


  • But in order to be relevant to the world outside the genre, this futurizing is a joke.


  • That’s a really simple summary of an extremely complex story stuffed full of vulpine employers and pernicious locations and a whole lot of futurizing.

    Books in 2010, #3

  • But I’m also conscious of the fact that every bit of futurizing I add means that a reader from outside the sf market is more likely to scoff at the story.


  • Because it sounds like we’re a lot alike when it comes to SF, cause I could care less about futurizing and bling a common critique of my stuff is that I don’t have enough.


  • I’m too easily overwhelmed with futurizing, and often, I don’t buy the future that’s being handed to me or I view it more as “fantasy” than actual SF, no matter how plausible it might really be.


  • It just feels like he’s spending a bunch of time futurizing his story.


  • I agree with his thoughts, but the thing that really fascinates me about world-building in sf right now, is the idea that sf may — because it’s so obsessed with futurizing — be speaking to its navel.



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