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  • Mayhem And Anarchy
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    Importance of Priority in Today's Society In today's society it is of the ultimate importance to keep self-discipline as a major priority. Right now we may not realize it, but we are not living in a perfect society on this planet. But perfect is not the answer for our world, as it seems implausible. Rather, we are trying to work out into the opposite direction and not suffer chaos. Think of what would happen, if we all took the responsibility to keep our self disciplined and utterly focused in t...
  • Money Like The People Of Today's Society
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    Why a Utopian World Can Exist The book Utopia, by Thomas More, explains what a perfect world would look like. Utopia is simply a word used to define what can generally be described as the consummate dream of the best level of Human existence. Every person has thought of, at least once in his life, that it would be nice if there were no disease, no crime, no poverty, and / or for some other improvement in the Human condition. Since everyone has dreamed of a better world, it is fair to say that Hu...
  • Customs In Today's Time
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    Day by day women are faced with obstacles simply because of gender. In the plays we have read women are faced with obstacles but overcome them. Women in the past were expected to be submissive and not object to the men's decisions. The world today has changed its face. No longer are women quiet. Sappho and her work is a good example in our readings to represent today's day and time. Her poems seem contemporary, very modern. The Descent of Inanna, on the other hand, is a prime example of works we...
  • Huxley's Brave New World
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    When Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World in 1931, nobody imagined that his fairytale story would someday be a reality. It is almost scary to see how accurate Huxley's far-fetched fantasies came to be. When Huxley wrote about the conformity, drug use and sex and technology of the society, he was almost pinpoint exact to predicting today's societies. Unfortunately, all of these things haven't exactly changed our society today for the better. It is amazing to see how accurately Aldous Huxley was in...
  • European Explorers And Astronauts
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    Explorers: Yesterday and Today The world is always making new progress and discovering new ideas. People are needed and to discover new places. Like the first European explorers, astronauts of today must go where no man has gone before. Both of them must conqueror their fears of dying by trying to discover beyond what most already know. European explorers and astronauts of today have similarities and differences in motives, the personal qualities needed, and the challenges faced. European explor...
  • Very Debatable Rule Of Chivalry
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    Chivalry is the type of thing that would be great to have in our society but I don't believe that it exists too much anymore in the world today. Let me break down here some of the chivalry rules compared with the actions of the people of the current world. One rule of chivalry is that you have to honor and respect women. Back in the days of King Arthur this was carried out greatly but if you look at the lack of respect given to women today you see that this rule of chivalry no longer exists. Wom...
  • Novel Brave New World
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    Embrace misfits? People in today's society tend to be 'normal' and have a place to 'fit' into our society. However, there are those who are 'abnormal' and do not 'fit'. In today's social order, it is 'normal' for those who 'fit' and those who do not 'fit' to co-exist. In the novel Brave New World, those who do not 'fit' are cast out onto an island far away from civilization. Those who are cast out are referred to as misfits. Looking at Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World as a guide, should we ...
  • Topic Of Yesterdays And Todays World
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    Society in Yesterdays and todays world Todays and yesterdays world have a great deal of difference and only a spec of similiar ties. Yesterdays world was more of a civilized place not including the act of war and unnecessary battles. Society is the topic of yesterdays and todays world. Years and years of the past since the time of the Middles Ages, Reniassance and to the present. Women expected to live at homes and take care of the young ones. Men went out and did the labor work. Through times, ...
  • Story Giovanni And Lusanna
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    In the story Giovanni and Lusanna, written and researched by Gene B rucker, there is a woman who has taken her alleged husband to court, because he has married another woman. The story is a factual account of what transpired during this court case and the remainder of Giovanni life. There are several similarities between their world and ours, but for the most part we live in a totally different environment. Our standards of living have greatly improved, but more than that our society has grown m...
  • Differences Between Today's World
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    When comparing the past times of children of today with those of yesterday, it can be said that the past definitely leads to the future. Long gone are the days of the pen pals of yore, today's electronic mail has changed this activity forever. Campfire stories have been replaced by video cassette recorders, books on tape, Play doh put away for Sony Playstation; these are merely a few of the differences between generations of children. Long ago, society at large was not as sophisticated as compar...
  • Philosophies Of Materialism And Dialectics
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    Marxism and the Revolution Essay Two important ideal's in Marx's ideas were the philosophies of Materialism and Dialectics. Materialism in philosophy is the recognition that the material word, the world we can see, hear, feel and touch is the only real world. Therefore it is logical to base our actions around it for the best interests of the people in it. Dialectics is the theory that everything in the world is in a constant state of change. Both of these philosophies applied to Europe at the ti...
  • Neal's View Of Huxleys Brave New World
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    Neil Postman once stated; Huxleys vision is more relevant today than is Orwells, Neil was of course refering to Aldous Huxleys Brave New World and George Orwells 1984, both chilling prophecies of the future of humanity gone terribly wrong. Although one could agree with Neal's view of Huxleys Brave New World, where life is taken down to only the most trivial of entertainment, lack of family, love or individuality, it would be horribly blind to miss the elements of Orwells 1984 coming through our ...

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