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John Storey

This article has two parts. The first discusses Thomas More's Utopia and its concern with human happiness. This is followed by an outline of what I mean by radical utopianism and how it has the power to defamiliarise our complicity with power

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Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer

More's Utopia as the founding text of radical utopianism. It argues that Utopia does not depict a perfect commonwealth but rather raises the question of happiness, that is, the question of the possibility of better or different forms of life and

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Jewish Messianism and Revolutionary Utopias in Central Europe

Erich Fromm’s Early Writings (1922–1930)

Michael Löwy

/messianic galaxy of the Central European radical Jewish culture. The first is composed of religious Jews with radical/utopian leanings: Rudolf Kayser, Martin Buber, Gershom Scholem, Hans Kohn, the young Leo Löwenthal. The rejection of assimilation and the assertion