cyberdelic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of cyber- +‎ psychedelic

Adjective[edit]

cyberdelic (comparative more cyberdelic, superlative most cyberdelic)

  1. Of or pertaining to a fusion of modern cyberculture with the psychedelic counterculture of the 1960s.
    • 1999, Simon Reynolds, Generation ecstasy: into the world of techno and rave culture:
      ...Jody Radzik, a key cyberdelic ideologue who helped out at Osmosis...
    • 2004, Timothy Leary, Evolutionary Agents:
      ...a New Breed that loves technology and uses it to revolutionize communication while having fun creating the cyberdelic politics and culture of the 21st Century.
    • 2006, Hugh B. Urban, Magia sexualis: sex, magic, and liberation in modern Western esotericism
      With pornography now accounting for 60 percent of its use, according to some estimates, the Internet would seem to represent not just a cyberdelic revolution but a new form of cybersexual revolution.