As technology advances and robots become more vital to our everyday life, machines will ruin the human race. Although, the invention of robots has created major controversy around it, according to Kevin Kelly, writer of “Better than Human: Why Robots Will—and Must—Take Our Jobs”, it is believed that increasing automation in the workplace must occur because it will benefit our society and increase productivity. He suggest that instead of essentially competing against robots we should welcome them and work alongside them. Kelly uses convincing arguments and an authoritative matter of fact tone to successfully persuade the reader, but fails to use counter arguments to further prove his argument.
Despite the fact that many societies have attempted to create perfect societies, or utopias, none have achieved it. A utopia is a society that is completely perfect, with no crime, and with equality. A utopia is not currently possible because of many reasons, including, human nature, resources, people's needs and many other factors. It would be an amazing goal to achieve, but is out of reach of humans in our current state.
Each citizen of Utopia should value total and complete equality above all else. Total and complete equality encompasses social matters and governmental matters; no individual is above another in any capacity. This also applies to dealings with the structure of government: the needs of the individual are equal to the needs of the government because the government is the people. This is achieved through the elimination of social hierarchy. Man cannot think of himself as better than his peers if they are equal parts of a whole.
In my personal opinion, there is no feasible way to create a true utopia in a world of imperfect humans, but there are many improvements we can make to America today. Criminals will always break the laws that keep us safe and happy, greedy aristocrats will always try to amass more than their fair share of wealth, and corrupt politicians will always lie and cheat to further their own agendas, but the doesn’t mean we can’t make the world we live in better. A few of the areas that we can definitely improve in the most are education, career benefits, welfare, and criminal justice.
Since humanity, a perfect place has always been imagined and tried. Although there have been many places that have attempted this type of community, none have ever been close to a Utopia. Nevertheless, my group will defeat this challenge and simulate the flawless country. Echo will be like nothing ever seen before. It will be a place where people will have the freedom of a democracy, the order of a dictatorship, the understanding of a direct democracy, and the equality of communism. Arcadia will thrive with advanced understanding of science, technology, and mathematics. Countries will face us with awe and desire of our technology, and concern of the world. Our country will be the place where philosophers, scientists, and other
Utopia offers us a glance at an alternative world, something that is necessary to protect against armed conflict, poverty, and hunger all of which are dilemmas in our modern-day world. Although these are just a few of the complications that persist in our world, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and The Dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin give us a look into some utopian societies, fundamentally built on the same idea, to become a perfect utopia, but vastly different. The World States in Brave New World achieves the most utopian society compared to the civilizations in The Dispossessed, since a perfect utopian society includes a government that provides increased stability, Freedom, and Equality.
I don’t think it's possible to “create” a utopia because in this world people choose value individual expression over sameness. Utopia is an imagined place in which everything is perfect. People would not want to eliminate freedom and individuality. Humans beings are not perfect, thus, society can never be perfect. Some people would not follow rules because they’re told to, they would question about it. They would not like certain people making choices for them. Nowadays, people express themselves in many ways; dye their hair, get tattoos, piercings.
Can a perfect society called a utopia ever be possible? My answer is no, but some people think so. A utopia is all about perfection. The way of life is perfect, and everything works out super smooth. People rarely get hurt, and everyday it‘ll seem like a constant pattern. Everything about the society also just ends up working out completely. A utopian society will rarely have problems as well, but something big in a utopian society is being protected from danger. But again, a utopia is not possible because everyone is different, and there is no way it’ll all go perfectly.
Have you ever wondered how a utopia works or if it is even possible? Well, a utopia is a place where everything is perfect and everyone is perfect. There is peace, everybody is equal, the community provides everything you need, and nobody gets hurt. Many people have different ideas of Utopian societies. Some people think a Utopian community is possible. Others think that it is impossible. Although mankind thinks a flawless civilization is possible, a Utopian society is unachievable because there is not a perfect setting or person in this world.
A perfect world is defined as a state of being, place, or utopia in which all problems have been overcome. This theory has become a topic of conversation quite frequently due to lack of ideal knowledge of what the future holds. My perception of a perfect world includes an equal government system, diverse human rights or behavior, and immaculate health. Major aspects such as these will develop a sublime society to therefore be used as an authentic representation of the “good life”.
Numerous societies may attempt to construct an ideal utopia, but very few are able to get close to achieving such an unattainable goal. A populace must strive to practice principles of excellent standards in order to come out on top in the face of other civilizations. Taking that into account, Anarres’ society in Ursula LeGuin’s The Dispossessed is more utopian compared to the novels contrasting society of Urras and the modern World Sate in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World because it maximizes freedom and minimizes selfishness.
“For if you suffer your people to be ill-educated, and their manners to be corrupted from their infancy, and then punish them for those crimes to which their first education disposed them, what else is to be concluded from this, but that you first make thieves and then punish them”, Thomas More, Utopia.
Did you know that over 570,000 people are killed from drugs each year? Did you know that about 683,000 people are raped each year? Last, did you know that over one million people commit suicide every year? There are so many horrible things that happen in our world today that many know about it. Living in a utopian society would be much better and safer for people in the world.
Utopia is the idea that every aspect of life is perfect. All utopian societies have unique psychological aspects or activities that allow them to be “perfect.” Brave New World is a utopian society with unique psychological aspects, starting with the absence of individuality to hypnopaedia to the lack of love. The psychological aspects of novel allow the society to exist in peace without any problems and are representative of many utopian societies. Hypnopaedia, the use of soma, and complete sexual freedom are three particular psychological aspects of the novel that allow the society to function in utopia.