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  • in Public Sociology without Professional Sociologists: In Search of a New Utopia True self is non-self, the awareness that the self is made only of non-self
    18 KB (2,118 words) - 03:47, 2 November 2014
  • assimilating the Wisdom of the East, Huxley published in 1962 a new constructive utopia, The Island. In this beautiful book he created a grand synthesis
    5 KB (598 words) - 22:12, 1 February 2016
  • go! We all adore Francois Truffaut! Abandon musophobia and embrace a new utopia! Emile: Butterflies and puppy dogs, summer evenings, crispy frogs! Remy
    2 KB (267 words) - 01:51, 11 December 2015
  • can't change human nature. Rorschach: Of course you must protect Veidt's new utopia. What's one more body amongst the foundations? [Pause] Well, what are
    22 KB (3,250 words) - 20:39, 8 February 2016
  • reflects on his life in thought. Huhhh. Of course. Must protect Veidt's new utopia. One more body amongst foundations makes little difference. Well? What
    66 KB (10,700 words) - 04:00, 24 December 2015
  • electrical cord for the power saw. Of course you must protect Veidt's new utopia. What's one more body amongst the foundations? Well, what are you waiting
    265 KB (41,617 words) - 02:31, 2 February 2016
  • Utopia is a word which denotes a community or a society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities, first used by Sir Thomas More in his 1516 book
    26 KB (3,480 words) - 19:40, 1 February 2016
  • Robert Nozick (category People from New York)
    for Utopia; The Framework, p. 310 There will not be one kind of community existing and one kind of life led in utopia. Utopia will consist of utopias, of
    18 KB (2,566 words) - 18:22, 19 December 2015
  • from a laughable utopia to a practical reality. That's the biggest gift that Wikipedia has given to us – a vision of practical utopia that allows us to
    33 KB (3,802 words) - 19:28, 15 January 2016
  • touch? Dust. A forgotten expedition prompted by Greek merchants looking for new markets. A minor redistribution of broken pots. But it is we who stand enriched
    23 KB (3,538 words) - 03:39, 8 March 2015
  • Metanexus Institute Mannheim notes that utopia not only shares with ideology a noncongruence with reality, but that utopia offers a perspective critical of the
    20 KB (2,779 words) - 04:23, 2 November 2014
  • institution, Let us take it as it comes! The tangled Skein. As innocent as a new-laid egg. Engaged. Wikipedia has an article about: W. S. Gilbert
    11 KB (1,675 words) - 10:25, 24 September 2015
  • of William Clissold") in The New Republic (1 February 1927) "Progress" is for the convinced ochlocrats a consoling Utopia of madly increased comfort and
    68 KB (10,823 words) - 13:00, 1 February 2016
  • Thinking is a momentary dismissal of irrelevancies. Buckminster Fuller, Utopia or Oblivion : The Prospects of Humanity (1969) People should think things
    38 KB (5,589 words) - 14:40, 7 February 2016
  • Ellery Channing proposed by Kalki 2011 When I die, I want to die in a Utopia that I have helped to build. ~ Henry Kuttner proposed by Zarbon 2012 Difficulties
    19 KB (2,340 words) - 23:20, 6 April 2015
  • Act III, scene 1, line 111 (1628) I shall speak of … how melancholy and utopia preclude one another. How they fertilize one another … Of the revulsion
    6 KB (932 words) - 19:41, 1 February 2016
  • Utopia (2013–2014) is a British thriller-drama action television series, that aired on Channel 4, about a small group of people who find themselves in
    19 KB (2,997 words) - 21:25, 14 July 2015
  • of our fear of boredom? Emile Cioran, Histoire et utopie ("History and Utopia") (1960) A well-stocked mind is safe from boredom. Arthur C. Clark, Childhood's
    6 KB (938 words) - 20:05, 5 December 2015
  • (1917) A change of opinions is almost unknown in an elderly military man. A Utopia of Usurers (1917) There is in Islam a paradox which is perhaps a permanent
    89 KB (13,127 words) - 22:28, 29 January 2016
  • like the present with more options. Multiculturalism spells the end of utopia. pp. 39-40 David Bromwich has wondered whether intellectuals today would
    18 KB (2,410 words) - 20:09, 16 February 2015

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