[U]topia is first of all a waken dream oriented towards the future, a landscape of desire. The objet of the dream and of the desire is a non-yet-being which exists in reality as latency. In other terms, utopia is the anticipation of a world not-yet-become, but strongly desired.
9 Jan 2011
Sometimes I feel submerged in a blog/web/twitter world of 'progressives' who want what we have but without the sharp edges.
I want something else. I want a world that works....what we have does not work, its the locomotive heading towards the abyss....progressives simply want us to pay less for a train ticket to hell.
Utopia needs to be made real and practical.
This is from my good friend Michel Lowey:
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