Definition of technophilia in English:

technophilia

noun

  • See technophile

    • ‘At every major university in the country, one can still see enormous closed-circuit television sets looming over lecture halls, gathering dust, never used, relics of an earlier period of technophilia.’
    • ‘I advocate for an educational project that rejects both technophobia and technophilia.’
    • ‘His technophilia shone through, but so did his rich sense of the absurd.’
    • ‘Broadly speaking, technophobia, misguided technophilia, and dysfunctional bodies and relationships emerged as thematic constants.’
    • ‘French postwar technophilia and its concomitant minority strain of technophobia have generated a significant body of scholarly literature.’

Pronunciation

technophilia

/ˌteknəˈfilēə/