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Walter Miller in the novel A Canticle For Leibowitz mocks the way we are as humans particularly in those ways that lead to regressive thinking The novel pokes fun at the attention to impractical details such as to the spent copying the Leibowitz blueprints Miller also mocks humans by describing the inordinate amount of attention and energy given to a spiritual being such as Leibowitz as todays society worships God Finally the most absurd way Miller mocks todays society occurs when he describes how they do not give something very important the considered attention that it deserves These are three examples how Walter Miller mocks and shows todays society their faults Miller mocks the way we are as humans when Francis gives too much attention to impractical details to the Leibowitz blueprints Brother Francis spends many years copying the blueprints of the circuit design Francis copies the design so carefully he mistakenly believes the color of the paper is important to the design of the circuit Francis is set on mindlessly copying the blueprint he does not realize what the circuit design is for and what is does Brother Francis thinks regressively The monks copy out the blueprints and then do nothing with them As a society we do the same thing today In school students copy notes off the blackboard blindly they do not know what they are copying Therefore they do not understand the content Not only does Miller also poke fun at impractical details Miller also pokes fun at the way todays society revolves is the importance of a spiritual being such as Leibowitz Todays society is strongly set on the existence of God Todays society is mocked due to the importance of a spiritual being like Leibowitz The monks do not really know who Leibowitz is All of the information about Leibowitz are only rumors No concrete evidence surfaced
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