My Vision of Utopia There are many different definitions to describe a true perfect Utopia. The reason that there are so many people with many different ideas about the perfect world is because the act of making something perfect in a person vision of utopia is created to suit what that creator deems to be perfect. Perception is the key to understanding what makes a Utopia perfect and what makes it flawed. My view of a Utopia requires several different managements and trade-offs of what is believed to be best for the community. This Utopia cannot be strong unless it has a powerful backing of several democratic leaders, many sound and agreeable rules, understanding of peace, lack of war, and desire to work in harmony within the natural environment of the world and the entire community in which it resides. The first issue of describing any fictional place is deciding where it will exist in the grand scheme of the world. I cannot imagine my utopia being able to work to well among a lot of already developed nations, the most preferred placement of my utopia is on a fairly large and decently secluded island somewhere amongst the ocean. The perfect design for this location would include a fresh water lake in the center of the large island alongside a fairly large mountain, and many trees along these areas. This would allow for all the general resources needed to sustain at least a fairly small growing community. The isolation of the island is rather important because it would be hard to maintain a group of people when outsiders are constantly interacting with them and introducing new ideas that could sway and test the Utopia before it begins. However, I would like the community to eventually be able to establish connections to other groups but only after this Utopia has balanced all, if any, problems that arise through the management of the island.
The next step is to decide who leads the community within the island to be the driving force of the laws
Utopia :often Utopia An ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects, and an impractical, idealistic scheme for social and political reform.
Each person has their own vision of utopia, the above sentance is Oxford's Dictionary's definition of it. 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….
Goals, Values, and Citizens.
My perfect utopia would be similar to a nation state, with the only difference that it would have people from all over the world sharing the same goals, values, and concepts. The main focus for my utopia would be choosing the citizens. As I said before, race or skin color is not a priority for the citizens, we want people understanding each other and following the same fundamental values and goals. One fundamental value of my utopia would be freedom equals responsibility….
living the perfect life? Everyone has their own vision of what their utopia would be like. All of these visions have different people with different rules in different places. Mirriam-Webster dictionary defines a utopia as an imaginary place in which the government, laws, and social conditions are perfect. My utopia would have caring people, a fair economy, and a peaceful location.
The first part of a society are the people that live there. The people that live in Victority, my utopia, are caring….
The Not So Perfect Utopia
“No one believes more firmly than comrade Napoleon that all animals are equal. He would be only too happy to let you make your own decisions for yourselves. But sometimes you might make the wrong decisions, comrades, and then where where should we be?’ This quote came from Animal Farm by George Orwell and shows that in dystopian novels something is taken away from the characters and in Animal Farm it is the ability to make their own decisions, and this shows that mankind’s….
THE PERFECT WORLD.
My own view of a utopian society is fairly simple, a place in which there is no pain, no crime, no anger, no corruption, where there is no need for "justice", a place where murders would never take place. The government would be a public government, in which all citizens would take actions they make would be fair not ingnerent like our govement. Women and men would have equal writes and shar opinons. If a war would start in my utopian nations and friends and answer 'stop this….
The perfect utopia, a thought that will never be true. In 451 Fahrenheit the government are trying to create a perfect utopia, from distracting civilians to burning books. The uses of technology makes people ignorant and distracts them from what is actually going on, much like our society. The government in the society scares the civilians into mind control. The government and technology are very similar to our society, yet different in many other ways.
First of all the government in the 451 society….
can be; while there may at times be peace and beauty, it never seems to last. Something horrible always comes to chase the good times away, so it seems. If I had the chance to create a better world there would undoubtedly be many changes. My vision of a utopia would be on a beautiful, self-sustaining world where innovation and nature co-exist peacefully, there are no wars and equality reigns, and my friends and family are safe and happy.
Nowadays, just walking outside your door shows just how wrecked….
Utopia is an ideal community or society possessing a perfect socio-politico-legal system. The word was imported from Greek by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean.
Politics and history
A global utopia of world peace is often seen as one of the possible endings of history. Within the localized political structures or spheres it presents, "polyculturalism" is the model-based adaptation of possible interactions between different….
Evaluate the pros/cons in life in Utopia
Humanity always seems to debate on what makes a perfect society. Whether it is completely controlled by the government or a free nature of state. In Moore’s Utopia, he explores the aspects of this so called perfect society. Yet like any piece of literature, the reader might find pros and cons to life in “Utopia” the way Moore describes it. These can include the sx hour working day and everyone being materially equal, as being positive. Versus women having….
Thomas More’s Utopia is a work of ambiguous dualities that forces readers to question More’s real view on the concept of a utopian society. However, evidence throughout the novel suggests that More did intend Utopia to be the “best state of the commonwealth.” The detailed description of Utopia acts as Mores mode of expressing his humanistic views, commenting on the fundamentals of human nature and the importance of reason and natural law, while gracefully combining the two seemingly conflicting ideals….