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Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' # 2 / Imperfection Is Better...
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A 3 page look at the geopolitical beliefs expounded in Utopia and how such societies have traditionally failed throughout the course of history. The writer argues that rather than strive for the unattainable, we should learn to appreciate the value of imperfection. No other sources cited.
Filename: Utopia2.doc

Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' # 3 / Not A 'Perfect' Society
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A 3 page essay criticizing More's Utopia in an historical context. The writer feels that a 'perfect' society is not possible when it has war, prisoners or war, and slavery. Examples from other Utopian ideologies are presented to illustrate points made. No other sources cited.
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Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' # 4 / Communism Doesn't Work !
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In this insightful 3 page essay, the writer argues that in Utopian societies, the creator is always theoretically 'playing God,' and establishing whatever social order (s)he sees fit for the achievement of societal perfection. It is argued that there exists no viable connection between the Utopia presented in Thomas More's book and true democracy. Rather, More's Utopia more closely resembles Communism -- a failed idea. No other sources cited.
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Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' & The Communist State
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A 5 page paper analyzing the ways in which Thomas More's idealized society, described in his book Utopia, could be said to be Communist. The paper concludes that the actual aims of Karl Marx and More were different; Marx was calling for a social revolution, and More was calling for a moral one. Bibliography lists three sources including book.
Filename: Utopiacomm.doc

Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' / An Analytical Criticism
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A 3 page essay in which the writer critiques More's 'Utopia'-- pointing out several atrocities including the treatment of lawyers and animals in his fictitious society. The writer does also find, however, that the book was intended to be satirical and therefore to only criticize it would be to overlook its 'chariacture-like' value. No other sources cited.
Filename: Utopia.doc

Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia' / An Analytical Overview
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A 10 page research paper concerning the first of many literary 'utopias' which describe perfect imaginary societies. The writer explores the framework of the society imaged by Sir Thomas More in the early sixteenth-century discussing such topics as the rights of the individual, the laws, and customs of More's ideal human society. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Moreutop.doc

Routine Transcendent
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Daily routines are the salt and flowers of life, according to Tom Wayman’s philosophy, and his poem “Routines,” focuses on the “salt,” or negative side of that daily existence. Wayman uses the experience of performing manual labour to make a point in his academic work, so that everyone knows the difference between what is academic and what is the real world of working people. He sees the definition of this difference as extremely relevant to the pursuit of a professional degree, so that students understand the necessity and inevitability of work. Beyond that, it is Wayman’s personal mission to bring the two into alignment, to make the mysterious and dreamy world of academics heed reality for the overall purpose of modifying the stark reality of the workaday world – to make it better. This done, the world will evolve and become a planet on which its residents will want to work. In other words, “routine” could become a positive. Bibliography lists 3 sources. jvWayman.rtf
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Huxley's 'Brave New World' vs. Vonnegut's 'Cat's Cradle' / Two Utopias ?
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A 6 page paper arguing that Huxley and Vonnegut created utopian societies in prose to prove that there is no such thing, and in fact created 'dystopias' in their prose and agreed with that vision. The paper postulates that they believe society is helpless to change its path. Definitions of utopia and dystopia introduces the paper, which ties into a Huxley finale. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Dystopia.wps

Sir Francis Bacon's New Atlantis
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A 20 page paper discussing New Atlantis in relationship to its time as well as contrasting it to other versions of ideal societies or utopias. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Newatlan.rtf


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