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Archaeologies of the future : the desire called utopia and other science fictions / Fredric Jameson.

By: Jameson, Fredric.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Verso, 2005Description: xvi, 431 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781844675388.Subject(s): znanstvena fantastika | znanstvenofantastična književnost | utopioja u književnosti | budućnost u književnosti | utopija
Contents:
PART ONE: THE DESIRE CALLED UTOPIA : Introduction: Utopia Now -- 1 Varieties of the Utopian -- 2 The Utopian Enclave -- 3 Morus: The Generic Window -- 4 Utopian Science versus Utopian Ideology -- 5 The Great Schism -- 6 How to Fulfill a Wish -- 7 The Barrier of Time -- 8 The Unknowability Thesis -- 9 The Alien Body -- 10 Utopia and its Antinomies -- 11 Synthesis, Irony, Neutralization and the Moment of Truth -- 12 Journey into Fear -- 13 The Future as Disruption
PART TWO: AS FAR AS THOUGHT CAN REACH ESSAYS : 1 Fourier, or, Ontology and Utopia -- 2 Generic Discontinuities in SF: Brian Aldiss? Starship -- 3 World Reduction in Le Guin -- 4 Progress versus Utopia, or, Can We Imagine the Future? -- 5 Science Fiction as a Spatial Genre: Vonda McIntyre's -- The Exile Waiting -- 6 The Space of Science Fiction: Narrative in Van Vogt -- 7 Longevity as Class Struggle -- 8 Philip K. Dick, in Memoriam -- 9 After Armageddon: Character Systems in Dr Bloodmoney -- 10 History and Salvation in Philip K. Dick -- 11 Fear and Loathing in Globalization -- 12 'If I Can Find One Good City, I Will Spare the Man?: Realism and -- Utopia in Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars Trilogy -- Acknowledgments -- Index
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PART ONE: THE DESIRE CALLED UTOPIA : Introduction: Utopia Now -- 1 Varieties of the Utopian -- 2 The Utopian Enclave -- 3 Morus: The Generic Window -- 4 Utopian Science versus Utopian Ideology -- 5 The Great Schism -- 6 How to Fulfill a Wish -- 7 The Barrier of Time -- 8 The Unknowability Thesis -- 9 The Alien Body -- 10 Utopia and its Antinomies -- 11 Synthesis, Irony, Neutralization and the Moment of Truth -- 12 Journey into Fear -- 13 The Future as Disruption

PART TWO: AS FAR AS THOUGHT CAN REACH ESSAYS : 1 Fourier, or, Ontology and Utopia -- 2 Generic Discontinuities in SF: Brian Aldiss? Starship -- 3 World Reduction in Le Guin -- 4 Progress versus Utopia, or, Can We Imagine the Future? -- 5 Science Fiction as a Spatial Genre: Vonda McIntyre's -- The Exile Waiting -- 6 The Space of Science Fiction: Narrative in Van Vogt -- 7 Longevity as Class Struggle -- 8 Philip K. Dick, in Memoriam -- 9 After Armageddon: Character Systems in Dr Bloodmoney -- 10 History and Salvation in Philip K. Dick -- 11 Fear and Loathing in Globalization -- 12 'If I Can Find One Good City, I Will Spare the Man?: Realism and -- Utopia in Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars Trilogy -- Acknowledgments -- Index

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