- I agree, the titles always bugged me a bit. It makes linking either way easier, too: [[utopia]] and [[utopia]]n, for example. Will the content need a lot of reworking? ħuman 22:56, 16 September 2008 (EDT)
- I doubt that the content will need to be changed much. May I?--ζειαηđδηǐ (τ|ϛ) 22:58, 16 September 2008 (EDT)
"It is often forgotten by true utopians that one person's utopia is someone else's Hell." According to who (or what)? The Bible? The mayor of Detroit? My aunt? How can we make such a sweeping generalization? Isn't this kinda like presenting "One man's trash is another man's treasure" as fact in an article on trash? (Do we even have an article on trash?) Unless I'm told differently, I'm removing it.
P.S. I also partially rewrote the last sentence of the article, because I don't think that the driving force of Communism is accusing people of working towards a utopia. A Writer of Vaudevilles 19:33, 13 November 2008 (EST)
If this were the RationalWiki of 5 years ago
Utopia/Distopia as a foil?
I mean in the literary sense; basically a way to represent a set of ideas on how to run society without the complicating factors of reality. Gives "falsifiability", or illustrates failure modes.