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Papers On Utopian Societies
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Differences and Similarities in Utopian Literature
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This 10 page paper explores eight works including Plato's Republic and More's Utopia. Various aspects of the books are explored including but not limited to class, religion and government. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA446U.rtf

Disneyland: Prototype Of The Ideal City?
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12 pages in length. Imagine a community with no crime, no disrepair, no unhappy residents, where there is always a sense of contentment and camaraderie floating in the air. Every citizen upholds neighborhood aesthetics under obligation of town code, and each person maintains a defined responsibility in preserving this Utopian setting. This community is not a democracy, but residents do not seem to mind that their every decision is founded upon autocracy. Is this the description of yet another backward European country? No, this is the setting for one of the world's most beloved communities where everything appears perfectly Utopian: Disneyland. No individuality, no originality, no independence. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Dr. Kafka's Colony
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3 pages in length. Unlike the world he left behind, the colony Dr. Kafka dreamed of does not rely upon or revolve around technology; in fact, the primary component of this colony's long-proven survival is how its people have eschewed technological advancement in exchange for harkening back to when humanity lived a much more simple and humane existence. No bibliography.
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A review of Callenbach's Ecotopia, which looks at his depiction of a society based on sustainability and the rejection of consumerism and industrialisation, and considers whether or not it is a valid social model.
Filename: JLecotop.rtf

Emerson and Others on Societal Reform
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This 3 page paper discusses Emerson's observations about man, including that of man's infinite worthiness, and asks if we can enact reform or if we have come to believe that poverty, racism, economic injustice and all the other ills of society are just the way things are? It also discusses two poems, Langston Hughes's Let America be America again and Robert Frost's Mending Wall. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Equal Opportunities; An Uneconomic Goal?;
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This 14 page paper considers the argument that equality of opportunity is impossible to achieve and we should stop wasting resources trying to achieve it. The paper looks at how this may be seen as true and argues both for and against the statement. In doing so the role of resources in education and on the work place are included. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
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This 4-page paper focuses on ethical theory and how it pertains to practical aspects, such as decision making processes. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Expectations & Reality
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses the expectations of a life-changing move, as well as the harsh realities associated with such expectations. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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French Enlightenment: utopias
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A twelve page paper which looks at the different views of Utopia which were proposed by various thinkers of the French Enlightenment, including Rousseau, Voltaire and de Graffigny.
Filename: JLutopias.rtf

Gandhi And Marx: A World Apart
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5 pages. This paper contrasts the views of Mahatma Gandhi and Karl Marx and why each felt their way was the way to transform the world system. Several questions are considered including which view would work well in today's world. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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George Orwell's '1984': Pertinence To Today's Society
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6 pages in length. Perhaps George Orwell's prophetic novel about a totalitarian existence was merely a result of the author's overactive imagination. Maybe, however, it was a warning. Orwell, himself, said he did not believe such a society as he describes in '1984' would ever arrive; however, he did believe that something resembling it most definitely could. What is made crystal clear is that when human beings are put to the test -- truly dissected to the core -- there is no room for any concern for anyone other than themselves. Humanity is selfish and power hungry, which the novel illustrates ever so clearly. As is with all life forms, those who demand power are the ones who very often receive it. This mentality is what Orwell envisioned for the entire world -- a world in which the government could see and hear everything, where a person could never be alone, and his or her most personal information would be instantly available to all who requested it. One can only hope that the Orwellian, thought-controlled future is one that remains firmly in the clutches of fantasy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLC1984.rtf

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This 3-page paper argues Hochschild's contention that the American Dream is available only to a fortunate few and because of that, it's flawed. The argument is that Hochschild's essay on this topic tends to be black and white, and her assumption is that society must offer a hand when it comes to achieving success.
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Human Values in Greg Egan's Distress
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This 6 page paper uses J. Bronowski's Science and Human Values to explore Greg Egan's novel called Distress. Science and human values are discussed in light of the material from the science fiction work. No additional sources cited.
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Individuality and Society According to Freud
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This 4 page paper examines Sigmund Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents. How Freud sees problems in society and how they should be resolved is at the crux of this inquiry. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA525civ.rtf

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This 7-page paper focuses on a building of a perfect society through libertarianism. The essay focuses on why this society is so perfect, and also how the community sees itself. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Living in More's Utopia
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A 4 page essay that is written from the perspective of person washed ashore on Thomas More's Utopia. The writer describes what it is like to live within this imaginary ideal society. No additional sources cited.
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Living the Three Laws of Robotics
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Through Robbie and QT-1, Isaac Asimov spins the human lesson utopian tale of a society that would live under only three laws: harm no one, do our jobs, and preserve ourselves for the protection of all. If we did so, the world would be a better place. Bibliography lists 1 source. jvIRobot.rtf
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