How to use Utopian in a sentence

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  • Fortunately for Russia the autocratic power was now in the hands of a man who was impressionable enough to be deeply influenced by the spirit of the time, and who had sufficient prudence and practical common-sense to prevent his being carried away by the prevailing excitement into the dangerous region of Utopian dreaming.

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  • This sounds hopelessly Utopian, yet it is closer to home than many might believe.

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  • At present such a system would seem wholly Utopian.

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  • For him, socialism is not a Utopian fantasy that covers the real business of shooting people.

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  • The Republic has been seen as the classic text of Platonic Utopian idealism.

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  • It was the sort of Utopian socialism that was really more like a religion than a political doctrine.

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  • The ' Utopian socialists ' were the other group considered by the Manifesto.

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  • They are not Utopian; many of them are quite small; they are all practical - any difficulties facing them will be political.

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  • Or concoct wildly Utopian lessons or plenaries for all occasions.

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  • Utopian to expect such a policy with all its consequences from her.

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  • Utopian idealism the authors contend that such a revolutionary change is within our grasp.

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  • Utopian socialism was unable to show a real way out.

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  • In philosophy and science he was an amateur, seeking to found a new sociology and a Utopian polity out of his own inner consciousness and study of nature, of poetry and the Bible.

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  • Prins, the chief of the prison department, who has protested that to hope the vicious, hardened offender, after a long detention, "surrounded with every attention, soaked with good counsel, will leave his cell regenerated," is a Utopian dream.

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  • To tread upon the air (and this is what is really meant) is, at first sight, in the highest degree utopian; and yet there are thousands of living creatures which actually accomplish this feat.

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  • It was the sort of utopian socialism that was really more like a religion than a political doctrine.

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  • The ' utopian socialists ' were the other group considered by the Manifesto.

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  • They are not utopian; many of them are quite small; they are all practical - any difficulties facing them will be political.

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  • Traditionally, cosmopolitanism is associated with rather utopian notions of world citizenship or universal brotherhood.

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  • This sounds hopelessly utopian, yet it is closer to home than many might believe.

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  • Or concoct wildly utopian lessons or plenaries for all occasions.

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  • But Germany is not a democratic State, hence it would be utopian to expect such a policy with all its consequences from her.

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  • But utopian socialism was unable to show a real way out.

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  • Its most successful advocates were the utopian socialists, in particular Robert Owen, back in the early 19th century.

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  • These slogans reflected what seemed then to be mere utopian dreams.

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  • Having no utopian vision equals destruction for destruction 's sake then?

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  • There is a utopian fantasy of redemption there, not unlike the idea of the resurrection of the body.

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  • At present such a system would seem wholly utopian.

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  • What had appeared utopian at the start of the war was now a reality.

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  • The utopian and political underpinning of early nudism has largely disappeared.

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  • Utopian, not dystopian, milieu were the vogue.

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  • Besides his Sunday sermons, he delivered Wednesday lectures on social and political subjects; and he also projected a scheme for connecting with the "oratory" a university on quite a utopian plan.

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  • Lenin does not think that he has become an anarchist utopian.

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  • It is the lifelong ambition of the true countryman to be part of this Utopian whole.

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  • Third, the article concludes by building an incipient theory of ideology as utopia, or the utopian moment of ideology critique.

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  • There are [0] responses to this entry Previous musings on Utopian distemper Hey, Korea -- unbundle this!

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  • To know that you feel the same as I do Is a three-fold, Utopian dream.

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  • Far from being a Pie in the Sky dream of Utopian idealism the authors contend that such a revolutionary change is within our grasp.

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  • The utopian holiday insurance japan long stay magic bring the stricken.

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  • Traditionally, cosmopolitanism is associated with rather Utopian notions of world citizenship or universal brotherhood.

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  • What had appeared Utopian at the start of the war was now a reality.

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  • It can spend money enough on such things as farmers and traders value, but it is thought Utopian to propose spending money for things which more intelligent men know to be of far more worth.

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  • Hamilton’s Night’s Dawn trilogy, his Edenists lived in a Utopian society.

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  • Hence the terms Utopia and Utopian are also used to denote any visionary scheme of reform or social theory, especially those which fail to recognize defects inherent in human nature.

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  • Within the short space of a year and a half he prepared the ground for the Balkan League, which had hitherto been universally looked upon as a Utopian project.

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  • With the onslaught of strange disappearances and mysterious events, the threat upon the city is on the rise and the utopian haven is in danger of being tarnished forever.

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  • In 1886 appeared Books, our Best Friends and Deadliest Foes; in 1888, An Utopian Dream and How it may be Realized; in 1892, Poets, the Interpreters of their Age; and in 1894, Evolution and the Religion of the Future.

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  • According to an old Portuguese tradition each of the seven leaders founded and ruled a city, and the whole island became a Utopian commonwealth, free from the disorders of less favoured states.

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