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Lost in translation[edit]

Why is the quote under "Golden Age" not translated? --Sam Francis 12:50, 29 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Utopian impulse and Past Utopias[edit]

The Utopias listed are all of them not products of the Utopian impulse, since they describe past utopias. Utopianism would be better illustrated with planned or attempted Utopias. Goldfritha 22:17, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

I fully agree with Goldfritha. -- 22:48, 20 June 2006 (UTC).
Initially I also considered utopianism as a concept for future Utopias, but now, after doing some serious research in the matter (N. Cohn, The Pursuit of the Millenium, Oxford University Press, 1970; D. Desanti, Les socialistes de l'utopie, Payot, 1971; H. Infield, Utopia and experiment, Kennikat Press, 1956; A. L. Morton, The English Utopias, London, 1952; A. Neusüss, Utopie, Luchterhand, 1968) I have acknowledged that utopianism, as a political orientation, will be better explained covering either past, present or future Utopias. Moreover, I also think that Utopianism should be moved to Utopia -- 18:21, 22 June 2006 (UTC)