All the way through, I was waiting for you to mention the Marxist utopia, in which each citizen (loosely used because there are no nation states in his utopia) only has to participate in the bare minimum of essential work. The rest of their time is spent pursuing hobbies, developing their relationships and just living.

Thanks for another brilliant article, at least this time I had something (somewhat) meaningful to add!

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Specialist in modern authoritarianism, feminist, political scientist in progress (PhD). Everyday academia, low-brow, no jargon/acronyms/obscure Latin.

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Abbey Heffer

Abbey Heffer

Specialist in modern authoritarianism, feminist, political scientist in progress (PhD). Everyday academia, low-brow, no jargon/acronyms/obscure Latin.

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