From well-be­ing to well-liv­ing: To­wards a postcap­i­tal­ist un­der­stand­ing of qual­ity of life

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2 For in­stance, ac­cord­ing to Fromm, one of the found­ing/lead­ing fig­ures in crit­i­cal po­lit­i­cal psy­chol­ogy, the idea of Utopia (a vi­sion of a pro­foundly bet­ter fu­ture with a hu­man­is­tic plan­ning to get there) “is al­most ex­clu­sively a prod­uct of the West­ern mind” (Braune, J. (2014) Erich Fromm's Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Hope: Prophetic Mes­sian­ism as a Crit­i­cal The­ory of the Fu­ture, Rot­ter­dam: Sense Pub­lish­ers.

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