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  • 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 ...
  • Practical Applications Of Utopia In Actual Society
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    Criticism of Practical Application of Utopia in 'Brave New World " Debra Ackerman Mrs. Eileen Waite Criticism of Practical Application of Utopia in Brave New World AldousHuxley's Brave New World illustrates the loss of morality when established standards are replaced by amoral criteria. In his novel, Huxley criticizes the practical applications of Utopia in actual society. Huxley's depiction of love, science, and religion support the ineffectiveness of implementing Utopia in everyday life. In Br...
  • Citizens On Utopia Z
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    Creative Writing: Utopia Utopia Z: Recreation Besides being able to live comfortable and easily, the people also have lot of recreation to do, with in Utopia Z. All of the recreation, is located in the recreation dome, which is located between the Construction Plant, and the Hospital Dome. The Recreation Dome is filled with different activities, such as artificial ski-mountains, a swimming pool, and amusement park, an ice arena, a playground, a football field / track, a bungee jumping station, a...
  • Their Views On Utopia In Their Novels
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    Utopia vs. Dystopia Each person has their own vision of utopia. Utopia means an ideal state, a paradise, a land of enchantment. It has been a central part of the history of ideas in Western Civilization. Philosophers and writers continue to imagine and conceive plans for an ideal state even today. They use models of ideal government to express their ideas on contemporary issues and political conditions. Man has never of comparing the real and ideal, actuality and dream, and the stark facts of hu...
  • Moral Brobdingnagian The King
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    A Utopia in Brobdingnag Just as the French philosopher Rabelais had an immense influence on Swift, Thomas More, the English philosopher, also had a significant influence that one can see in Swift's greatest satire, Gulliver's Travels, especially during Gulliver's voyage to Brobdingnag. In this part of the book Swift uses Utopia, More's writing, to emphasize the immorality of the English, and bases his second book, set in Brobdingnag, on the ideas that More presents in his own book. Although all ...
  • One's Own Pursuit Of The Perfect Life
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    Utopia Utopias are generally said to be societies in which the political, social and economic troubles hampering its inhabitants has been done away with. Instead the state is there to serve the people and ensure the peacefulness and happiness of everyone. The word utopia, which means 'no place' in Greek, was first used to mean a perfect society in 1516 in the publication of Saint Thomas More's story 'Utopia'. The story depicted life as it was with its people and social institutions on an imagina...
  • 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 Huxley
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    Aldous Huxley and his Impossible Utopia Novelist and essayist Aldous Leonard Huxley was born on July 26, 1894 in Godalming, in the county of Surrey, England which included his father, Leonard Huxley, a prominent literary man and his grandfather was T.H. Huxley, a biologist who led the battle on behalf of the Darwinian evolutionary hypothesis. He once almost quit school because of a eye disease but Aldous went and studied at Oxford, lived mainly in Italy in the 1920's, (where he met and befriende...

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