|Series||Ralahine utopian studies -- v. 4, Ralahine classics|
|LC Classifications||HX806 .G46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||2009502184|
Utopianism and Marxism by Vincent Geoghegan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). "Whatever historical judgments one wishes to make about Mao Tse-tung and the Maoist era," Maurice Meisner writes, "that era will be recorded as one of the great utopian episodes in world history, and the history of Maoism will remain relevant for those who seek to understand the fate of Marxism and the role of utopianism in the modern world, whatever their political by: Marxism, Maoism, and Utopianism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. Utopianism and Marxism. [Vincent Geoghegan] Andre Gorz - Conclusion: Marxism and Utopianism. "No book I know does such a great job explaining what utopian thinking is, defending it, presenting its history and the contribution of its most important figures.
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Utopianism is derived from the word utopia, coined by Thomas More. In his book Utopia () More described a society significantly better than England as it existed at the time, and the word utopia (good place) has come to mean a description of a fictional place, usually a society, that is better than the society in which the author lives and. The grounding assumption of the book is that an element of utopianism is a necessity in any political thinking, and that a self-conscious utopianism can generate a richer level of theory and practice. The text then follows the chequered career of utopianism in the Marxist tradition, arguing that Marxism has been unable to do without a utopian. The Return of the Utopians. and burning at the stake wrote a book about the perfect world. In “On the Best Kind of a Republic and About the New Island of Utopia” (the book’s full title. Jack Luzkow's book, What's Left? Marxism, Utopianism and the Revolt against History, offers a new and refreshing re-interpretation of Karl Marx. Just as important, Dr. Luzkow demonstrates that radical utopianism offers a way forward in a world that more and more .