This introduction presents an overview of key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book explains Utopian character of the human right to science will be subsequently enriched with a presentation of thinking in terms of excendence. It explains the excendent Individual is contrasted with a construct of the adiaphoric Individual inspired by Baumanian adiaphorisation. It leads toward shaping of a dialogue in which what is spoken fails to originate in an abstract environment but in a world in which one has to take care and demand the care from oneself. It is of paramount importance for the whole study's justification of the argument for the Utopian character of the human right to science and culture that the Individual establishes relations with the other. For the purposes of the work, the Utopia will be referred to as an excendently active Utopia focused on looking both ahead of and beyond the being.