(名詞) 解決主義：認為每個問題都有解決辦法 (尤指運用科技的解決辦法) 的信念。
I've been occasionally skeptical of technological solutionism for development issues, but it's refreshing when the solutions are actually low-tech things that are relatively easy to obtain (and maintain) in those countries. And it's even better when they actually work.
—Olga Khazan, "Giving Kids Bikes Can Reduce Drop-Out Rates," The Atlantic, August 29, 2013
As Silicon Valley keeps corrupting our language with its endless glorification of disruption and efficiency — concepts at odds with the vocabulary of democracy — our ability to question the "how" of politics is weakened. Silicon Valley's default answer to the how of politics is what I call solutionism: problems are to be dealt with via apps, sensors, and feedback loops — all provided by startups.
—Evgeny Morozov, "The rise of data and the death of politics," The Observer, July 20, 2014