A New Yorker Article
The Utopian Impulse has been with us since Plato in the 4th century b.c.e. In his Republic, Plato projects a utopian world run by philosopher kings who work for the greater good, apply reason to social problems, and banish poets. (Yes, poets. Why do that, right? Find out.)
The Utopian Impulse is still very much with us and perhaps will always be, however expressed. In this New Yorker article, “The Return of the Utopians,” Akash Kapur asks what the utopian communities of the 19th century can teach today’s utopians about social and economic reform.
please answer the questions below after reading the Akash Kapur article.
Using only your own words (no quotations), summarize entirely in no less than 200 words what the main points of Kapur’s argument are. Pretend that you’re listing and explaining the article’s key points to a good friend, a friend who deserves a clear explanation of this article.
Who is Frederic Jameson and why is he mentioned in this article?
Who is Wislawa Szymborska and, again, why is she mentioned in the article?
In what way does this article tie into the material assigned for this week? Discuss these connections at length. In your answer, you must answer this question at some point:
“What should today’s movements for social and economic reform can learn from the intentional communities of the nineteenth century?”
What three things capture what you consider is significant about this essay? Taking each separately, why did you choose these three things?
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