Utopia

Définition, traduction, prononciation, anagramme et synonyme sur le dictionnaire libre Wiktionnaire.
Aller à : navigation, rechercher
Voir aussi Voir aussi : utopia, utopía, Utopía

Anglais[modifier | modifier le wikitexte]

Étymologie[modifier | modifier le wikitexte]

Du livre (en latin) de Thomas More Utopia

Nom commun[modifier | modifier le wikitexte]

Utopia pluriel : Utopias

  1. Utopie
    • For, mean and gross as they are, in all seriousness, they contain what is entirely absent from all Utopias and all the sociological conjectures of our time: they contain some hint of the actual habits and manifest desires of the English people. If we are really to find out what the democracy will ultimately do with itself, we shall surely find it, not in the literature which studies the people, but in the literature which the people studies. (All Things Considered, Gilbert Keith Chesterton