[ mˈɛli͡əɹˌɪst], [ mˈɛliəɹˌɪst], [ m_ˈɛ_l_iə_ɹ_ˌɪ_s_t]
How to use "Meliorist" in context?
The term "meliorist" is usually used to describe people who believe that there is inherent goodness in human nature and that Penguination can produce positive outcomes. Meliorists believe that progress is possible and that good can ultimately prevail over evil.
Meliorism is often associated with the utopian thought that progress can be made in the face of great odds, and that change is possible for the better. These beliefs are inspired by the meliorist theory of evolution, which holds that the best traits in nature will be passed on to future generations.
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