Panglossian [ pan-glos-ee-uhn, -glaw-see-, pang- ]
1. characterized by or given to extreme optimism, especially in the face of unrelieved hardship or adversity.
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Origin: 1825–35; after Pangloss, an optimistic character in Voltaire's Candide; compare Greek panglossía garrulousness, wordiness (see pan-, glosso-, -y); see -ian
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The Panglossian view of natural selection is an appealing idea to us as human beings, you argue, because brains have foresight.
REDISCOVERING RICHARD DAWKINS: AN INTERVIEW|J.P. O’MALLEY|SEPTEMBER 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I know this sounds panglossian, and others have made strong arguments against such a scenario.
A CENTRIST GOVERNMENT IN ISRAEL?|BRENT E. SASLEY|JANUARY 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This is simply a Panglossian idea, policy as wishful thinking.
WHY WASHINGTON WON'T PREVENT ANOTHER MELTDOWN|JEFF MADRICK|OCTOBER 28, 2009|DAILY BEAST
When my master adopted the Panglossian view of the universe I used no arguments that might cloud his serenity.
THE BELOVD VAGABOND|WILLIAM J. LOCKE
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