Philosophy

Utopia – A Dystopian Dream

What makes a society utopian? Potential responses might include increased leisure time, governments that serve their people or perhaps the ability to correctly predict the price of Bitcoin and the next financial crisis. Although these ideas concern rather different fields of study, they do have something in common: neither of them will ever happen. Similarly,
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Plato’s World of Forms

Regardless of the lens from which one examines a society’s past, the conflict between masses and sovereignty always appears to be of paramount relevance. From the Ancient Athens and Roman Empire to contemporaneity, the fight for supremacy has in principle remained unchanged, although taking rather diverse forms throughout the ages. Socrates, widely recognized as the
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