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  • Diverse Utopian Socialists Views
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    Utopia is a term invented by Sir Thomas More in 1515. However, he traces the root two Greek words o utopia and e utopia which means a place does not exist and a fantasy, invention. It is widely accepted that Plato was to first to picture a utopian order. In his masterpiece, "Republic", he formed the principles of ideal commonsense and his utopia (Hertzler, 1922: 7). After the classical age, Sir Thomas More assumed to be the first of the utopian writers in early modern period. As a humanist, he g...
  • Utopian Islands As A Perfect Society
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    What values and attitudes does the text Utopia convey The text Utopia was written by Sir Thomas Moore in 1516, just before the outbreak of the Reformation. More's life flourished through the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, which were influential years in the Renaissance, a flowering of art and thought that began in Italy and flooded through Europe and England. Humanists often stressed the dignity of man and the power of reason while remaining deeply committed to Christianity. Their...
  • Frazier His Whole Visit To Walden Two
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    Book Title: Walden Two Author: B.F. Skinner Pages: 301 I. SETTING: A. Time: mid 1940's (after the end of WWII) B. Place: Walden Two, R.D. I, Canton C. Detailed description of the opening scene: Rogers and Steve just returning from war, and looking for a new beginning read an article on a man named Frazier who was planning to begin an experimental utopian society. They immediately become intrigued by the idea. Their interest brought them to the office of Professor Burris, one their former teacher...
  • Second Way To Achiever A Semi Utopia
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    Virtually every culture has strived to achieve a Utopian society. A Utopian society is basically a society, which has surpassed aggression, war, hate, and crime while establishing "peaceful" and orderly communities. A Utopian society could not exist with the individuality that nature has bestowed on the human race. So long as humans remain unique in their state of mind, utopia is a mere fantasy. To work around this problem a society must adapt itself to achieve a utopian-like state. This can be ...
  • President And The Members Of My Society
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    I can only imagine the perfect society. I look around and all I see is violence and hate, our world at this point is disturbing. There are murders due to hate in this world everyday. The hate in today's real world society is appalling. It starts from the most senseless acts such as, some types of rock music, passing of uncouth comments, and lack of a structured family life. If I had the power to change it all, I would. But still, all I can do is dream. My perfect society would be located on a be...
  • Utopian Religion
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    Positives and Negatives of the Utopian Society Sir Thomas More wrote a novel named Utopia about a country that existed only in his mind. More used the story to explore his views and feelings about politics and government. People still believe that the story holds truths that are relevant today even though More wrote Utopia during the Renaissance. Utopia contains information about More's vision of a perfect society. The Utopian government was able to overcome or prevent all problems facing the co...
  • Perfect Living Situation
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    Webster's Dictionary defines utopia as an ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects. That definition leaves a certain dense mark that shows that in order for a utopian society to work, everyone must be the same in many if not most ways. If every one person were the same, there would be an abundance of boredom. Everyone would have the same goals, same dreams and aspirations. But most of all, it would seem like everyone is living the same life. Consisting in thi...
  • Idea Of A Utopian Society
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    Utopia In my opinion, it is virtually impossible to design a utopian society. Although the principles you base your society may have the potential, if the rest of life in that society is modified enough so that all those in the society introduced to this idea or principle will take it as reality and apply it to their everyday life, thus allowing them to fit the mold of the perfect person in the perfect society; then how can anyone consider complete equality between all people, truly perfection. ...
  • Idea Of Utopian Socialism
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    Since the beginning of the idea of money, there have been those who have wealth, and those who want it. Utopian socialism is not a new idea, and it has remained popular since its creation. Many people know what socialism is, but not that many know the principles Utopian Socialism. Utopian socialism is not a hard theory to understand, one must first grasp the informal definition, then learn the history, and finally understand how Utopian socialism works and what it is meant to do. Utopian sociali...
  • Utopian World
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    The novel Brave New World is like no other in fantasy and satire. It predicts a future overpowered by technology where the people have no religion. Has Huxley written about a degrading way of life or has he discovered the key to a perfect world that should be called Utopia? This essay will show that upon close analysis the way of life in the novel is justifiable and all the precautions that are taken are needed to preserve their lifestyle. This essay will also show that however different and eas...

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