The State as Utopia

Continental Approaches

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-7499-0 (Print) 978-1-4419-7500-3 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-2

    Introduction

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    Pages 3-5

    A Demand-Revealing Utopia

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    Pages 7-9

    Economic, City Planning, and Environmental Proposals by Plato in the City of Atlantis and of the Laws

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    Pages 11-18

    Property in a Utopian State, Informed by Ideas of Pufendorf and Locke

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    Pages 19-34

    John Stuart Mill and the Utopian Tradition

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    Pages 35-40

    The State as Utopia: Some Thoughts on Theocracy

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    Pages 41-56

    Justi’s Concrete Utopia

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    Pages 57-66

    The Kingdom of Ophir – A “Realistic Utopia”

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    Pages 67-76

    Is Montaigne a Utopian?

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    Pages 77-88

    Labor in Utopian Socialism

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    Pages 89-114

    Iambulus’ “Sun State” and T. Campanella’s “Civitas Solis”: Some Comparative Parallels and Links of Two Utopias

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    Pages 115-159

    Developing Society According to Man’s Development

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    Pages 161-181

    The Utopian Element in the Formation of Doctrines on the State in German “Staatswissenschaft”

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    Pages 183-189

    Utopia: Johann Peter Süßmilch and the Divine Order

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    Pages 191-204

    Eugen Dühring and Post-Utopian Socialism

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 205-207