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  • Home Under Our Ideally Perfect Society
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    In a capitalist society can utopia really be obtained? I really don't think so; because if utopia is defined as a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions, then a place where everything is perfect for everyone is not likely. Perfection, I believe, cannot be obtained in a capitalist society because of competition. Competition can help society in many areas, such as improving technology, forcing individuals to work harder, and making more money for the overal...
  • Our Own Utopia
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    Utopia is supposed to be a place or state of perfection. But the word can also be used as something that is unattainable. This piece will focus on the latter idea. A perfect society is truly impossible, if it's meant for everyone. Different people have different notions of what an ideal world is. For one person, utopia could be on a deserted island with that special person, getting back to the rustic basics. For another, it could be a non-stop party with scores of people. Some people even think ...
  • My Thinking And Its Ways A Utopia
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    My Thinking and its Ways A utopia is a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions. When I sit to think I think of my own utopia. I dream of things that I could not do the normal world but in my own utopia. In my utopia a key phrase and motto is "don't worry". I want to have no worries in what I do, think, feel, and every other aspect that would worry about. In my utopia, I am the utopia. I am the one and only in my world. Temptation to do things and the will ...
  • Perfect World
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    By: Anonymous Brave New World George Santayana once said, "Ideal society is a drama enacted exclusively in the imagination". In life, there is no such thing as a "complete utopia", although that is what many people try to achieve. Aldous Huxley's Brave New World is an attempt at a utopian society. In this brave new world, mothers and fathers and family are non-existent. Besides being non-existent, when words of that sort are mentioned, ears are covered and faces of disgust are made. In a report ...
  • Imaginary Island With Perfect Social Political System
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    Define the terms UTOPIA and DYSTOPIA, and discuss whether The Chrysalids can be considered a Utopian or a Dystopian novel. One could describe the novel 'The Chrysalids' as a dystopian novel as apposed to utopian. The town in which David and the rest of shape-thinkers live is deffinatly not a utopia as well as the new land to which they move, Sealand. The dictionary definition of utopia is an imaginary island with perfect social & political system, social and political paradise. Waknuk is not an ...
  • Artist And Utopia
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    What is "Utopia"? What does this word mean to you? What would be your "Utopia"? Think about this while it is being read to you or while you read it and hopefully by the time the you get to the end you to will know what it means to you; and what your utopia would be like. By definition from a dictionary "Utopia" means, an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects. Utopia is your perfect world or society. It is a world of your choice, a world that meets every si...
  • Plato And More's Perfect Places
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    Plato's Republic and Thomas More's Utopia have a relationship in that they both share an idea. These books both have the concept of an ideal society, although they do this for distinct reasons and they attain contrasted types of perfection. More describes Utopia as "the most civilized nation in the world". Plato is searching for the perfect soul and justice. These two writers base their ideal states on a belief that humans are capable of personal and, when acting collectively, social improvement...
  • Utopia In The Puritan Town
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    Visions Of Utopia: "The Scarlet Letter" vs. Pleasantville In both "The Scarlet Letter" and "Pleasantville", there is an image of utopia, a perfect world that has been created and everyone that lives inside of it is happy with their lives and couldn't wish for anything better. Also in both utopias there is something or someone that challenges the "perfect" world because they do not believe it is perfect and thinks that it needs to be changed. In both stories those that cannot accept the change im...
  • Perfect World
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    Could It Happen Martin Luther King's speech, I Have a Dream, is regarded as on of the most important and influential speeches ever. It caused people to see the injustices of society in the 1960's. I Have a Dream also caused everyone to think about a better world, where everyone is equal. King's speech brought about an idea of a perfect world to millions of people. In order to have a perfect world, almost everything would have to be changed. Life as it has always been known would cease to exist. ...

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