To ignore this vulnerability is to politicize the faith, making it a means to a temporal end (like liberalism), but to utopianize
Christianity is, likewise, a politicization of the faith.
[utopianiser] democracy." (11) Dissociated from one authoritative vision, utopia opens to an infinite number of voices and troubles the false sense of confidence that any society labeled "democratic" is all freedom and no force.
Whereas Carlyle and Ruskin effectively utopianize
the real world, merely compartmentalizing the economic context when representing the values and pleasures of work, Morris fully and deliberately displaces real world economic life when representing Work.