The Perverse Utopia: Exploring its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History Alan Greenhalgh

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Published: February 29th 2012

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140 pages


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The Perverse Utopia: Exploring its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History  by  Alan Greenhalgh

The Perverse Utopia: Exploring its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History by Alan Greenhalgh
February 29th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 140 pages | ISBN: | 10.13 Mb

This book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts from fiction, philosophy, social and politicalMoreThis book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts from fiction, philosophy, social and political history, and an appraisal of the relevant issues. Various topics relating to Utopia such as harmony, freedom and its expression, conflict, machines and thought, homosexual rights to marriage, the future of world languages, the function of religion and God, social control and democracy are explored with a view to investigating mans conflict with himself and society.

Many of these issues are relevant not only to today but to the 22nd century too. This book provides a thought-provoking addition to the body of literature on the subject.



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