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The article is focused on the analysis of particular utopias in terms of reflexivity. The Author claims that reflexivity as a pedagogical category – related mainly to teaching and education – is present in Plato’s "Republic", in Thomas More’s "Utopia" and Thomas Campanella’s "City of the Sun". Utopian people (for example the Republic or City of the Sun residents) created by the writers and the writers of the utopian visions themselves, differ in terms of ability to understand the personal and social life. The Author argues that some of them may be specified as highly reflective, whilst others may be identified as individuals without reflexivity.