Political Uses of Utopia: New Marxist, Anarchist, and Radical Democratic Perspectives
S. D. Chrostowska, James D. Ingram
Columbia University Press, Mar 21, 2017 - Philosophy - 352 pages
Utopia has long been banished from political theory, framed as an impossible—and possibly dangerous—political ideal, a flawed social blueprint, or a thought experiment without any practical import. Even the "realistic utopias" of liberal theory strike many as wishful thinking. Can politics think utopia otherwise? Can utopian thinking contribute to the renewal of politics?
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THE HISTORY OF UTOPIA AND THE DESTINY OF ITS CRITIQUE
IS THE CLASSIC CONCEPT OF UTOPIA READY FOR THE FUTURE?
UTOPIA AND NATURAL ILLUSIONS
GENERAL WISH OR GENERAL WILL? POLITICAL POSSIBILITY AND COLLECTIVE CAPACITY FROM ROUSSEAU THROUGH MARX
AFTER UTOPIA IMAGINATION?