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    The definition of ideal refers to the act of being perfect. While an ideal society may not be a perfect one, it should be one that is most beneficial to its communities and citizens. It should also be one with good social and political order. Currently in the world, there is corruption that comes with power, poverty and homelessness, and detrimental foreign relations. If there was an ideal society it would be one with non-materialistic values, a respect for others, good opportunities, and a sense

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    opponents.” -Robert F. Kennedy. Puritan societies are a prime example of the traits of extremism as Puritan societies not only have zero tolerance of others who do not share their same religion, but they also have a distrust within their own communities due to the accumulated anxiety of not knowing whether their efforts have an effect on their lifestyle. Looking to history for examples to run a community, groups are trying to implement the Puritan society to implement the benefits such as: A hard

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    The role of religion in society is definitely an influential subject. As defined, religion is the beliefs and worship of people’s opinion concerning the existence, nature and celestial involvement in the universe and life. The relationship between both religion and society is always changing. Religion affects different societies in different ways and different forms. For many societies, religion is best understood at a spiritual level. Some people believe that religion is neither good nor bad and

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    Modern society is inarguably different from medieval communities, quite frankly it would be terrifying if they were exactly the same. Contemporary culture, in general, is not wholeheartedly focused on the journey to salvation/ religious causes as was more common in medieval communities. Communication, technology and education have broadened the scope of human activity and opportunities. As far as declining religion and social hierarchy, it remains debatable whether it is a cause or effect of modern

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    In Lord of the Flies, Golding uses society as an evil source. For example, throughout the story, the boys have adapted living on the island and have turned to savagery mode. In chapter 11, Simon's death is shown as an evil act because the boys brutally killed him, letting out their savagery urges. The boys were so concentrated in killing “the beast” as it “struggled forward… At once the crowd surged after it...leapt onto the beast, screamed, struck, bit, tore. There were no words, and no movements[of

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    Romance Love And Society

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    Romance, Love and Society Love is arguably one of the most overused words in the English vocabulary. People use love as a synonym for sexual desire, for expressing friendly care, or for appreciating inanimate objects. In a romantic date, for instance, one can say “I love you” to a beloved and, at the same time, say “I love this meal” in reference to the good food that was served. However, when it comes to love between two people, love or romance is a very powerful abstract force in human nature

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    “Society exists only as a mental concept; in the real world there are only individuals.” The posed question is if society is controlled by people, or are people controlled by society. Some may argue that society is controlled by people, but if you step into the light is that really the case. If you were to look at society, really look at it, who is being controlled. Its not society itself, sure people affect the directions society turns, but that is a small group of people who represent societies

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    morals to be independent from society. Many who express individuals tend to dismiss the status-quo, as they recognize their self worth and the capability to realize it is acceptable to be different. Meanwhile, others who may struggle to determine their individualism, tend to struggle with figuring out who they are and why they are special in society. Society creates sources of criteria that enables stereotypes that reducing one's ability to become an individual. Society also creates ideals of who you

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    subject that could influence ones position depending on religious or political beliefs and views. I suppose a healthy society would be one of appericiation and toleration of all opinions and perspectives. Unfortunately, history has shown us time and time again that this is just not possible. A society that has a sincere appreciation for all viewpoints would be an ideal society. Unfourtanetly, there will always be someone to criticize or find fault in others viewpoints. In return they will find

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    traditional society? Technology has done wonders in the world, allowing millions of people to connect and interact no matter how far away they may be. While this advancement in technology is amazing, individuals in this generation have developed a dependence on social media and other forms of communication as a result. Technological advancements from the past couple of years have greatly altered society in both positive and negative ways. Technology plays a large role in enhancing society and allowing

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