Meaning of futurological in English:


Pronunciation /ˌfjuːtʃərəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/


See futurology

‘Both are informed by the intricate social, political, cultural and economic networks that constitute our historical and futurological worlds.’
  • ‘Similar ideas run through much futurological and policy work on telecommunications today.’
  • ‘Those searching for futurological predictions about the explosive growth of Third World conurbations or the latest style trends in architecture will accordingly be disappointed.’
  • ‘Superimposing the memory of an African American icon on a moment drenched in futurological significance is intriguing.’
  • ‘In addition to engineering conservatism, the nonconservative futurological scenarios are played for much higher stakes.’