If the vision of heaven amounts to a world beyond capitalism, doesn't that amount to a kind of collective, utopian Schopenhaureanism? At the end of the day the will must extinguish itself in the form of the dismantling of capitalist desire. Schopenhauer as prophet of the apocalypse. Beyond capitalism there is only music.
Isn't it perhaps necessary to begin to think the future as an infinite expansion and yet at the same time as a cessation, a turning-against-itself?