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Utopia Essay Jill Varady English 102 September 28, 2006 Renzo
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Jill Varady Utopia Essay I think that everyone at one time or another imagines what the perfect life would be like, but what is the perfect society? What is “Utopia”? What does this word mean to you? What would be your idle “Utopia”? “Utopia” means, an in a perfect world, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects. It is a world of your choice, a world that meets every single expectation you have of life. When I think of the ideal society, I imagine a life where people are accepting of the differences of others, raise our children to improve society, and work together as a unit toward a common goal. People are born with natural tendencies towards being shy or outgoing, clever, musically inclined, strong, short, solid or slender, etc. We as a whole are closer to Utopia when we as individuals are able to rise above our distrust or dislike of others who are not like we are. This is not something that just happens. It is something that each person has to realize, understand, practice at and put into practice. In More’s Utopia, everyone is equal. Everyone is satisfied. I’m not too sure that everyone can be satisfied; there is nothing to prevent people from wanting more than their ration resources. Everyone gets fed up or bored with anything in this world. I know I sometimes get bored doing the simplest little things, so if I can get bored that easily, that who’s to say that the entire population will not get bored with a perfect society? Thomas More was born in London on February 7, 1478. Thomas More was knighted and has consequently been known as Sir Thomas More through the later years of his life and through succeeding centuries. In 1516 he wrote Utopia. It was first
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published in Latin, at Louvain in December 1516. More added Utopia just before the outbreak of the reformation, during a time when the stresses and corruption that led to the
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Dibello during the Spring '08 term at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

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