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Alessandro Maurini

Alessandro Maurini, PhD in Political Studies, History and Theory, is a teaching assistant in History of the Modern State at the University of Turin. Amongst his publications are: Towards a Study of Aldous Huxley as a Political Thinker (“Biblioteca della Libertà”, 2013) and On Pacifist and Cooperative Realism (“Aldous Huxley Annual”, 2014). He edited the new edition of Aldous Huxley, Il mondo nuovo – Ritorno al mondo nuovo (Milano, Mondadori 2015). His Aldous Huxley – The Political Profile of a Man of Letters (Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield 2016) is forthcoming.

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We can even maintain that, if the eighteenth century was the century of utopia, the twentieth century was without doubt the century of anti-utopia – and from this perspective it seems that so far, the new century cannot be defined otherwise.