Vision of the Perfect Utopia

Topics: Utopia, Management / Pages: 9 (2202 words) / Published: Feb 21st, 2011
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

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