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THE PRINCIPLE OF HOPE
	CONTENTS
	PART FOUR
		33A DREAMER ALWAYS WANTS EVEN MORE
		34PHYSICAL EXERCISE, TOUT VA BIEN
		35STRUGGLE FOR HEALTH, MEDICAL UTOPIAS
			A warm bed
			Lunatics and fairytales
			Medicines and planning
			Hesitation and goal in actual bodily rebuilding
			Malthus, birth-rate, nourishment
			The doctor's care
		36FREEDOM AND ORDER, SURVEY OF SOCIAL UTOPIAS
			I. Introduction
			A frugal meal
			The roast pigeons
			Lunacy and colportage even here
			New Moral Worlds on the horizon
			Utopias have their timetable
			II. Social Wishful Images of the Past
			Solon and the contented medium
			Diogenes and the exemplary beggars
			Aristippus and the exemplary scroungers
			Plato's dream of the Doric state
			Hellenistic fairytales of an ideal state, Iamboulos' island of the sun
			The Stoics and the international world-state
			The Bible and the kingdom of neighbourly love
			Augustine's City of God from rebirth
			Joachim of Fiore, the third gospel and its kingdom
			Thomas More or the utopia of social freedom
			Counterpart to More: Campanella's City of the Sun or the utopia of social order
			Counterpart to More: Campanella's City of the Sun or the utopia of social order
			Socratic inquiry into freedom and order, with regard to ‘Utopia’ and ‘Civitas solis’
			Continuation: social utopias and classic Natural Right
			Enlightened Natural Right in place of social utopias
			Fichte's closed commercial state or production and exchange in accordance with rational law
			Federative utopias in the nineteenth century: Owen, Fourier
			Federative utopias in the nineteenth century: Owen, Fourier
			Centralist utopias in the nineteenth century: Cabet, Saint-Simon
			Individual utopians and anarchy: Stirner, Proudhon, Bakunin
			Proletarian castle in the air from the Vormärz: Weitling
			A conclusion: weakness and status of the rational utopias
			III. Projects and Progress Towards Science
			Topical remnants: bourgeois group utopias
			Beginning, programme of the youth movement
			Struggle for the new woman, programme of the women's movement
			Old New Land, programme of Zionism
			Novels set in the future and full-scale utopias after Marx: Bellamy, William Morris, Carlyle, Henry George
			Marxism and concrete anticipation
		37WILL AND NATURE, THE TECHNOLOGICAL UTOPIAS
			I. Magic Past
			Plunged into misery
			Fire and new armament
			Lunacy and Aladdin's fairytale
			‘Professor Mystos’ and invention
			Andreae's ‘Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz anno 1459’
			Alchemy again: mutatio specierum (transmutation of inorganic species) and its incubator
			Unregulated inventions and ‘Propositiones’ in the Baroque period
			Bacon's Ars inveniendi; survival of the Lullian art
			New Atlantis, the utopian laboratory
			II. Non-Euclidean Present and Future, the Problem of Technological Contact
			Plans must also be spurred on
			Late bourgeois curbing of technology, apart from the military kind
			De-oranization of the machine; atomic energy, non-Euclidean technology
			De-oranization of the machine; atomic energy, non-Euclidean technology
			Subject, raw materials, laws and contact in de-organization
			Electron of the human subject, of technology of the will
			Co-productivity of a possible natural subject or concrete technology of alliance
			Technology without violation; economic crisis and technological accident
			Chained giant, veiled sphinx, technological freedom
		38BUILDINGS WHICH DEPICT A BETTER WORLD, ARCHITECTURAL UTOPIAS
			I. Figures of Ancient Architecture
			Glance through the window
			Dreams on the Pompeian wall
			Festive decorations and Baroque stage sets
			Wishful architecture in the fairytale
			Wishful architecture in the fairytale
			Wishful architecture in painting
			The church masons' guilds or architectural utopia in actual construction
			Egypt or the crystal of death utopia, Gothic or the tree of life utopia
			Further and individual examples of guiding space in ancient architecture
			II. Building on Hollow Space
			New houses and real clarity
			Town plans, ideal towns and real clarity again: permeation of crystal with profusion
		39 ELDORADO AND EDEN, THE GEOGRAPHICAL UTOPIAS
			The first lights
			Inventing and discovering; characteristic of geographical hope
			Fairytales again, the Golden Fleece and the Grail
			Island of the Phaeacians, the bad Atlantic, location of the earthly paradise
			Voyage of St Brendan, the kingdom of Prester John; American, Asiatic paradise
			Columbus at the Orinoco delta; dome of the earth
			Columbus at the Orinoco delta; dome of the earth
			South land and the utopia of Thule
			Better abodes on other stars; hic Rhodus
			The Copernican connection, Baader's ‘central earth’
			Geographical line of extension in sobriety; the fund of the earth, mediated with work
		40WISHFUL LANDSCAPE PORTRAYED IN PAINTING, OPERA, LITERATURE
			The moved hand
			Flower and carpet
			Still life composed of human beings
			Embarkation for Cythera
			Perspective and large horizon in van Eyck, Leonardo, Rembrandt
			Perspective and large horizon in van Eyck, Leonardo, Rembrandt
			Still life, Cythera and broad perspective in literature: Heinse, Roman de la Rose, Jean Paul
			The wishful landscape of perspective in aesthetics; status of the matter of art according to its dimension of depth and hope
			Painters of the residual Sunday, Seurat, Cézanne, Gauguin; Giotto's land of legend
			Land of legend in literature: as celestial rose in Dante's ‘Paradiso’, as transcendental high mountains in the Faustian heaven
			Splendour, Elysium in opera and oratorio
			Contact of the interior and the boundless in the spirit of music: Kleist's ideal landscape; Sistine Madonna
		41WISHFUL LANDSCAPE AND WISDOM SUB SPECIE AETERNITATIS AND OF PROCESS
			The search for proportion
			The ‘authentic’ in primary matter and law
			Kant and the intelligible kingdom; Plato, Eros and the pyramid of value
			Bruno and the infinite work of art; Spinoza and the world as crystal
			Augustine and goal-history; Leibniz and the world as process of illumination
			The watchful concept or the 'authentic' as a task
			Two wishful propositions: teachable virtue, the categorical imperative
			The proposition of Anaximander or world which turns into likeness
			Lightness in the depths, joyfulness of the phenomenon of light
		42 EIGHT-HOUR DAY, WORLD IN PEACE, FREE TIME AND LEISURE
			The whip of hunger
			From the casemates of the bourgeoisie
			All kinds of alleviation through benefaction
			Bourgeois pacifism and peace
			Technological maturity, state capitalism and state socialism; October Revolution
			Delusions of free time: toughening up for business
			Delusions of free time: toughening up for business
			Residual older forms of free time, spoiled, but not hopeless: hobby, public festival, amphitheatre
			The surroundings of free time: utopian Buen Retiro and pastoral
			Leisure as imperative, only half explored goal
	GLOSSARY OF FOREIGN TERMS
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		Italian
		Spanish
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