utopia


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paradise

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ideally perfect state

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a work of fiction describing a utopia

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an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal

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Esa utopia, en tanto que el mejor de los mundos posibles, es la utopia-marco, es decir, la utopia que alberga la posibilidad de la diversidad de utopias.
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Chapters 2 through 5 focus on utopia as seen by diverse socialist thinkers for whom the relationship between utopia and socialism is often problematic.
The Utopia Granite underlies an area of about 90 [km.
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He refers to Lefebvre's theory of moments of liberation, briefly questions the relation between biology and the quest for utopia, and ends with provocative comments on art and the criticism of reality.
Far from reducing the works at hand to so many proto-Marxist manifestos, Kendrick uses the historical genre of utopia as a way to interrogate Marxism itself.
We salute the organizers of Utopia Station for building a new consciousness by fusing the utopias of children and adults, which recognizes the significance of children's dreams and imagination and which will breed new life into the utopias of adults.
As feminism is plural in their theories and practices this utopia has similarities and differences among the different feminist currents.
More's widely read and highly influential Utopia is certainly an important historical document, and Sacks's edition aids the reader in approaching the document as a historian would in several ways.
Political scientists may sneer at the French socialist Charles Fourier, in whose utopia the planets copulate and the oceans turn to lemonade, but the surrealists loved him.
utopia New Latin Utopia, from Greek ou not, no + topos place
Book 1 of Utopia is a dialogue, which presents a perceptive analysis of contemporary social, economic, penal, and moral ills in England; the second book is a narrative describing Utopia, a country run according to the ideals of the English humanists, where poverty, crime, injustice, and other ills do not exist.
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