Definition of impossibilism in English:


Syllabification: im·pos·si·bil·ism
Pronunciation: /imˈpäsəbəˌlizəm


Belief in ideas or policy, especially on social reform, that are held to be unrealizable or impractical.
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  • The most stratospheric flights of that speech exuded the utopian impossibilism which he attacked when practised by the self-indulgent Old Left.



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  • He also clarifies his brand of socialism, though, separating him from the scientific socialists (sometimes called impossibilists) that characterized much of the leadership.
  • Feld calls him an ‘impossibilist’ in his refusal to compromise.

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