A utopia is an imagined community or society that possesses highly desirable or
nearly perfect qualities. Utopian ideals often place emphasis on egalitarian
principles of equality in economics, gove...
1 : an imaginary and indefinitely remote place. 2 often capitalized : a place of
ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions.
Utopia definition, an imaginary island described in Sir Thomas More's Utopia (
1516) as enjoying perfection in law, politics, etc. See more.
Mid 16th century: based on Greek ou not + topos place; the word was first used in
the book "Utopia" (1516) by Sir Thomas More.
The definition of utopia was later broadened to imply any perfect place. The
opposite of utopia is dystopia, coined in 1868 by J.S. Mill to describe an “
a. often Utopia An ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and
moral aspects. b. A work of fiction describing a utopia. 2. An impractical, idealistic
Aug 28, 2011 ... The modern world began — and ended — with visions of an ideal state.
Etymology: from Utopia, name of an imaginary ideal country in a book Utopia
written ... Utopia means, literally, "no place," since it was formed from the Greek
Definition, Usage and a list of Utopia Examples in common speech and literature.
The literary term utopia denotes an illusionary place that projects the notion of ...
In 1516 Sir Thomas More wrote the first 'Utopia'. He coined the word 'utopia' from
the Greek ou-topos meaning 'no place' or 'nowhere'. But this was a pun - the ...