Walden Two | Study Guide

B. F. Skinner

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Walden Two | Chapter 31 | Summary

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After supper Frazier takes Rogers aside, and the others in the group go in their own directions. Burris and Castle go off to their rooms. After sharing his thoughts about Castle and the tiring debate between him and Frazier, Burris decides to relax, listen to music, and go to sleep as Castle grades term papers.

Analysis

Burris is still on the fence about the community, but he does not have nearly as many misgivings as Castle. Burris thinks both Frazier and Castle believe themselves to be the victor of the day's debate. Burris is unsettled Frazier failed to reconcile mild despotism with individual freedom, but he also does not agree with Castle government requires force to be successful.

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