A Utopian world is impossible to create because nature would not allow it. Shakespeare’s play shows
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A Utopian world is impossible to create because nature would not allow it. Shakespeare’s play shows that no matter how much language players and technology changes human nature overall is misinterpreted. In order to have a perfect world, we need conflicts to occur because imperfection is key to perfection. A Utopian society only revolves in a person's mind. A person might think of a Utopian Society to escape their situation but they do not look at the disadvantages, let us take killing, for example in a Utopian world, killing someone is illegal. If we do not kill anyone, how are we going to find food to keep ourselves alive? We have to kill. Negative aspects of humanity’s basic nature are jealousy, greed and revenge that would always…show more content…
Said by Veronica Roth an American author that published Divergent in 2011, the story will take place in the future and they are trying to create a utopian society. If we had a Utopian which is impossible because our basic nature would never let that day arrive. Macbeth’s ambition to be king also greed and jealousy are the negative aspect of our basic nature.
Humanity’s basic nature includes jealousy, greed ambition, which always will create conflicts. This type of nature exists in Macbeth. Macbeth’s ambition is king and for his kids to rule in Scotland. The greed is to jealousy and one’s ambition that would not let one succeed to create a utopian society. As Macbeth said when he invited Duncan to his house, “ as I am his kinsman and his subject strong both against deed: then, as his host, who should against his murderer shut the door..” Act 1 Scene7 Line13-15 as Macbeth states that he is his kinsman whom he should protect and shut the doors against the murderer shut the door… “He is the one who is murdering him. Hearing a prediction from the witches does not make him non- culpable, the witches only persuade him to do the guilty act. Even Banquo had believed in the conspiracies at the end, but was really loyal to Duncan which he has asked by Macbeth to commit the guilty act with him, he refused to do so. It shows how you can lose any friendship and loyalty. Macbeth killed his son