|Title:||Social Utopias of the Twenties|
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|Publisher:||Distributed Art Publishers; 1st edition (December 31, 1995)|
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Social Utopias of the Twenties: ISBN 9783928766180 (978-3-928766-18-0) Hardcover, Distributed Art Publishers, 1995. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Learn More at LibraryThing. Jeannine Fielder at LibraryThing.
Download Social Utopias of the Twenties by Jeannine Fielder. ISBN 10: 0841600945 ISBN 13: 9780841600942.
Social utopias of the twenties: bauhaus, kibbutz and the dream of the new man. - Published for the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation, Tel Aviv. by FIEDLER, Jeannine (Hrsg.
The book is structured in four parts. In part one, literary and theoretical utopias from the early modern period to the nineteenth-century are reconsidered. Part two investigates twentieth-century urban utopianism and contemporary alternative settlements focusing on social and environmental issues, activism and eco-village living. This is followed by a short conclusion in which a discussion of key issues is resumed.
Saint-Simonianism was a French political and social movement of the first half of the 19th century, inspired by the ideas of Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon (1760–1825). His ideas influenced Auguste Comte (who was, for a time, Saint-Simon's secretary), Karl Marx, John Stuart Mill and many other thinkers and social theorists. He wrote about his ideas in his book A New View of Society which was published in 1813 and An Explanation of the Cause of Distress which pervades the civilized parts of the world in 1823. He also set up an Owenite commune called New Harmony in Indiana. This collapsed when one of his business partners ran off with all the profits. History of social movements.
Although New Harmony was propagandized as a symbol for equality of the sexes, its women had different opinions on what the community actually offered to them. Some women found new freedoms but most of them experienced increased demands on their timeworn domestic services. Some women, especially those from working-class backgrounds, felt that their situation was bettered by the move, however, the majority of the women often felt betrayed by false promises of equality that brought them mostly demeaning labor. It was difficult to meet the wants and expectations of so many different people.
Book: The Story of Utopias Author: Lewis Mumford. Format: Global Grey free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook Pages (PDF): 204 Publication Date: 1922. Download PDF Download ePub Download Kindle. This was Mumford's first book. He starts with a survey of the major utopias, some well-known, others less so. We look at Plato's Republic, More's Utopia, Andreæ's Christanopolis, Bacon's New Atlantis, Campanella's City of the Sun, Fourier's Phalanxes, Cabet's Icaria, Bellamy's Looking Backward, Morris' News from Nowhere, and finally H. G. Wells' utopian fiction. In the final portion of the book Mumford explores the prospects for Utopia and relates it to the realities of urban planning