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  • n. Plural form of utopian.

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Examples

  • The so-called utopians were the ones who wanted to change it when conditions were not ripe, when it could not be the result of an evolution.

    GRADUATION-UNIVERSITY OF HAVANA

  • They're often called utopians, but Marx and Engels were the first to bring socialism down from the clouds and explain how it could be established in the real world.

    Recent articles from SocialistWorker.org

  • We "utopians" have no other answer to offer than this lesson from events to those who still speak of meteoric disturbances which, as they would have it, will disappear little by little and will all resolve themselves into the calm of this final epoch of civilization.

    Essays on the Materialistic Conception of History

  • We have to remind the "utopians" that it is necessary to have what Benedict

    RORATE CÆLI

  • - Back at Midem, Feargal Sharkey, former singer for the Undertones, and now the head of a lobbying group called UK Music, trashed outsider "utopians" who spout "wild rhetoric and innuendo," when all he really wanted was for others (such as ISPs) to be forced to cough up money to simply hand over to the music industry.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Neither were "utopians" in any use of that term that is relevant to the history of early socialist theory or practice, nor would they have juxtaposed a communist revolution as "social" as compared to an inferior French revolution that was "political."

    Political Affairs Magazine

  • "utopians" who spout "wild rhetoric and innuendo," when all he really wanted was for others

    Techdirt

  • It's true that Blackberries and iPhones can't stop bullets, and techno-utopians who suggest otherwise are now far and few between.

    Adam Elkus: Beyond Twitter Revolutions and False Choices

  • The overheated debate between techno-utopians and techno-skeptics gives us two false choices.

    Adam Elkus: Beyond Twitter Revolutions and False Choices

  • The overheated debate between techno-utopians and techno-skeptics gives us two false choices: technology as a tool to achieve utopia or technology as an alternatively frivolous or willfully malicious force.

    Adam Elkus: Beyond Twitter Revolutions and False Choices

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