The Philosophy of Utopia
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Philosophy - 265 pages
A special issue of the journal Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. This study covers the theory, history and future of utopianism (the belief in an ideal society). Utopias are born out of hope and the desire for social change and for better ways of living. Utopian tests are not mere fantasies but have transformative power: they insist that we have the power to change the world and that society and politics can be different.
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