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  • n. Plural form of utopianist.

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  • I trust such motivation more than I trust the ideologues and utopianists, like Che, who end up being just as harsh and intolerant as the rulers they replace.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • He hooks up with some utopianists on the Moon, and decides that the best way for him to see the future he's dreamed of is to skip the intervening bits.

    Interzone #214, Two Stories

  • Libertarians are mere utopianists by Robert Chapman on Thursday, Dec 7, 2006 at 8: 26: 25 PM

    Libertarian Democrats?

  • The "culture of plenty" meme has the same ring now as it did when utopianists of prior eras started talking about society as if we'd already produced all the wealth there was to produce and that therefore the only thing left to do was to start talking about the distribution of existing assets.

    The Speculist: Disruption!

  • I am not simply saying that all - Manea utopianists to Kibbo Kift, Street Farmers to Green Bloc - were radical gardeners, but also drawing attention to the historic presence of uncompromising greenesses during times of social change, idealism or agitation.

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  • But the Internet has spawned its fair share of techno-utopianists, confident that new technologies have the power to fundamentally change the way humans behave and interact.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • But where the techno-utopianists are limited in their vision is that in this great mass of Internet users all capable of great things in the name of democracy, they see only a mirror image of themselves: progressive, philanthropic, cosmopolitan.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • This, according to professor of sociology Krishan Kumar, reflects two particular Christian views of human perfectibility: utopianists believe in the Pelagian view that man can make himself perfect through his actions, whereas the dystopian view reflects

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  • This, according to professor of sociology Krishan Kumar, reflects two particular Christian views of human perfectibility utopianists believe in the Pelagian view that man can make himself perfect through his actions, whereas the dystopian view reflects [[St. Augustine]] s doctrine: God can be the only source of perfection, everything that m

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The utopianists may believe that all religions are the same, but once you delve below the surface, you find that there are significant differences.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

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