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    remarks you find a voice that is criticizing the ways of 13th-14th century Catholic England. In the often not so subtle commentary of his writing, More tends side with the lower class, rebel against the Papacy, and disagrees with the…

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    cannot abuse power and become too strong and restrictive. Nevertheless, there are designated persons to help ensure the laws are followed. Laws are strongly enforced when broken; however, this is quite uncommon. If you make a rule for yourself, are you more likely to follow it? The people in the society have formed all the laws, and chosen the consequences to these laws themselves. Because they have chosen all the laws, they know their limits and they agree with the rules that are set for…

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    Sir Thomas More once defined a utopia as an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect. The Truman Show depicts the life of Truman Burbank in an effort to satisfy Christof the director’s vision of a perfect community. Of course though utopia is only desirable if everyone living there shares the same definition of perfection and it's evident throughout the movie that utopia just isn’t the word to describe Seahaven Island. More like a dystopia considering the fact that…

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    C. extra credit 1. extra credit 2. extra credit IV. History/Roots of Utopia A.Utopia appeared in “Utopia” by Thomas More. (“Utopianism”) B.Even though Utopias changed over the years strains are still appearing such as religion, property, and relationships. (“Utopianism”) V. Historical Examples of Utopia A.Thomas More created Utopia, but the idea wasn't new. Prophets criticized society by comparing it to a perfect world. (“Utopianism”) 1. 2.Prophets created the…

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    trade unions and beginning of the feminist movement started during the spread of utopianism during the nineteenth century, which we still see today. During the spread of industrialization, they wanted society to share industry control and create a more cooperative equal society. Many norms in modern society are because of the reformers who helped create an ideal…

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    used for import and travel, but makes external contact with the island virtually impossible. This description of Utopia is intended to categorically separate the island from any actual countries. However, despite More’s intentions, the island has more similarities to England than not. The island was originally connected to the mainland by an isthmus but ordered by Utopus, the first governor of Utopia, to be manually removed. This separation from the mainland is similar to England’s separation…

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    founded in 1825 and was based on communism. They believed that everyone was equal and would do the same amount of work for the same reward. The community failed as people did not do their fair share of work as it is human nature for some people to be more motivated than others and for some to let others do the work for…

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    Utopia Perfect Society

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    the middle of nowhere so the people can't just drive/walk towards a store. They have no money and no real way to leave. So they are stuck in the middle of nowhere knowing that there is better out there. Also it is a unrealistic that there would be more than 1 utopia out there as the best utopia would be the one with all the people. People would want the best Utopia if they would want to live in an Utopia. “For one thing, the bar is constantly being raised.”-Why Utopias…

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    Common Man All Seasons

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    play, the Common Man plays Matthew, More’s steward. This is the character that the Common Man is best known for. Matthew’s opinion on More shifts from day to day. He readily sells out More, but quickly feels guilty upon hearing More’s affection for him. Matthew is willing to sell out More’s secrets, for the price of a bribe. Although he does have respect for More, his greed overcomes this. He says, ‘ What I can tell them is common knowledge! But now they’ve given money for it and everyone wants…

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    Utopia Exist Quotes

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    Can Utopias Exist Rought Draft Hook, Thesis (Answer to the question), Topic Sentences (reason why you believe that), Topic Sentence, Quote, Explanation for the quote, Quote, Explanation for the Quote, Quote, Explanation for the quote. Utopias cannot exist, there are many reasons why Utopias cannot exist. A Utopian society is known as a perfect world, any society cannot make a ¨Perfect World¨. Additionally, every country has flaws to deal with. Many people are greedy and no one thinks that…

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