The ideals or principles of a utopian; idealistic and impractical social theory.(noun)
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Use "utopianism" in a sentence
"Green high-design utopianism is virulent at Make It Right, as at Global Green, and all the houses feature sophisticated systems to achieve net-zero energy use."
"Since utopianism is now an acknowledged strategy for change, it is a bit surprising that neither Abbott nor Hill makes explicit reference to it, but the omission should remind us of the longstanding hostility toward utopianism that existed in sociology."
"Its utopianism is not a sign of political irrelevance."