Monday, June 07, 2010


Theodor Adorno observed; “None of the abstract concepts comes closer to fulfilled utopia than that of eternal peace.”
Perhaps Adorno’s observation is closest, a place where absolute agreement and cooperation proceeds uninterrupted, and yet, reveals why utopian existence in any
form will never be achieved, at least in this world, for to have eternal peace mankind must either voluntarily sterilize their passion for individualism, or, become extinct, which may ultimately be utopian, but certainly not desired.
Readings from "Utopia or Dystopia: The Future of Science and Technology", by Tim Miller.

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