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In my opinion it is virtually impossible to design a utopian society Although the principles you base your society may have the potential if the rest of life in that society is modified enough so that all those in the society introduced to this idea or principle will take it as reality and apply it to their everyday life thus allowing them to fit the mold of the perfect person in the perfect society then how can anyone consider complete equality between all people truly perfection It is at this point where I truly began to see the impossibility of a Utopian society Although I have always thought it would be cool to live in a perfect world where there were no problems and everything was easy in life I would rather live in a world full of users and abusers where I still have the power of free thought For the most part the majority of Utopian Societies makes less of the brain capacity of those with any sort of intelligence and keeps everyone trapped in a world where they have been programmed to do as the society or in Platos work The Republic tells them to In actuality the founders of this perfect society have simply thought of a way to make everyone believe that through equaling everything out we will all be able to succeed at whatever we want Or so the founders want us to believe Once they get everyone to the point where thought outside of the present and now is impossible because our brains have depleted so much and have been massaged to the thoughts and beliefs that the heads or founders of these society want us to think that we are no longer able to break free from that comfort My theory is that while the founders may claim to partake in the society 100 in reality it is impossible for him her to do so because hisher
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