On the Typology of Social Utopia
Kazimieras Gudonis
Published 1980-04-04

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Gudonis K. (1980). On the Typology of Social Utopia. Problemos, 25, 34-45. https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1980.25.6276


A variety of forms of social utopia, which is a recurrent conception in the history of social theories, requires a typological characteristics. The author of the present paper attempts to base the typology of social utopia on a number of relevant features, viz.: the setting of an utopian conception in terms of time and place, its ethic and political evaluation, the Weltanschauung propagated by the authors of a utopia and the effects of a social utopia on progressive social development.
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