My Preferred School of Thought

Out of all the suggestions that Robinson provides, I would consider myself more of an anti-anti-utopian thinker. While I do agree with the usefulness of utopian, dystopian, and anti-utopian thought, I think now more than ever is the time to go into action and make noticeable choices that head toward Continue reading

A Realistic Utopia is Dynamic

We have previously discussed that a common characteristic of dystopias is that they exhibit some form of oppression. We have also broken down oppression into 5 faces: exploitation, marginalization, powerlessness, cultural imperialism, and violence. If dystopias are fundamentally built on oppression, then a utopia would have to have an absence Continue reading