Ideal Society

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English & 101
October 18, 2010

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Every human known to man has their own views on what an ideal society should be like. Society is defined as a body of individuals living as members of a community. Many scholars and well known authors like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Thomas More express those ideas through public speaking or literary examples delivered to society. Although those ideas are just one person’s opinion about the subject matter. Others believe in the power of God and the belief that the world was created by him, which in turn developed societies amongst the people. Society is built upon individuals expressing their own beliefs and their opinions and out them into action. The real question is how we as
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This system would not allow privilege or inequality amongst the people. Teamwork would be highly advocated and used is many different aspects of life in this society. Working conditions would not be harsh and everyone would have their proper breaks and vacation to rejuvenate them to continue to work. Everyone would have at least one day off for the whole society or community to gather together to celebrate and deliberate any progress, ideas or problems that arise.
Education is a key in making a society work as one. All people would have the right for an education in any course direction that they would like in concurrence to “A Day in Utopia” by Thomas More, “each person is taught a special trade of his own.” (510)They would be also able to study any topic or trade that would help influence growth within the society. If a new Idea of subject was to come to mind, they would also be allowed to introduce them as long as it was bought up in a society meeting with the proper proposal of success to help the society in the future. Considering the facts based upon the ideas that the society has brought forth in the societal meeting will be voted upon by all the society. Then the steps to put them in place will be taken upon citizens that voiced their knowledge on the topic. Even though everyone’s knowledge base wouldn’t be the same they would be free to explore the topic and include their own

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