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Is the city in theory a city for pigs or a city for zombies The city in theory is an idea an idea of the just city However does the city truly create justice Or does it drain humanity from its citizens creating mindless drones With the stifling of all forms of creativity and imagination the city in theory seems very similar to the city in Ray Bradburys book Fahrenheit 451 A city in which books are burned free speech is forbidden and the people are zombies In Fahrenheit 451 the people are mindless drones that are told what to do and buy by the leaders of the city People who try to gain knowledge withheld by the leaders are killed Most of this knowledge comes from books which are burned if ever found by firefighters and their owners killed One firefighter said that it was the books and the ideas they gave people that made the world so bad before He also said that as long as the people are kept dumb and happy peace will rein However it cannot truly be peace or justice because of the way the people are being treated They are like cows kept fed and happy and if needed for work or wars the leaders use them to fight with no end Socrates city in theory has many similarities to Bradburys city Socrates believed that all poets and storytellers should not be allowed in the city Basically burning books before they are written Also the Leaders of the city philosophers will tell the people the truth because they are best at finding it which does not seem like a trustworthy idea It mirrors the image of the cave If the people are in a cave facing in they can never turn around and all they can see is the shadows of the real world How would they know if what the leaders are telling them is truth or
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