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Walden Two, A Behaviorist Utopia

A 12 page research paper/essay that, first of all, discusses behaviorism, what it is and how it started and then moves on to discu...

Second Chapter of Walden by Henry David Thoreau

define what is not essential in our lives we can more accurately see what is important. For example, if we can get to a place wher...

Railroads in Henry David Thoreau's Walden

In five pages this paper discusses Thoreau's views on railroads through an analysis of Walden passages....

Psychological Indeterminism and Determinism

science, man used to think himself a free agent possessing free will. Science gives us, instead, causal determinism wherein every...

Utopia Concept from One Writer's Point of View

In five pages utopia is described as conceptualized by one person. There are no sources cited....

On Liberty by John Stuart Mill and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

In five pages this paper considers the portrayal of utopia in each work in terms of freedom and the individual....

Utopia Views of the French Enlightenment

failure of the Catholic faith to suppress Copernicus. By the start of the...

Literary Application of Rene Descartes' Method

Goldings Lord of the Flies, for example, gives a view of civilised society which is by no means optimistic. He takes a group of ch...

Utopia of Socialism

theory could exist, if only individuals would work for the good of society instead of placing selfish aims above all else. Wells ...

Overview of Walden by Henry David Thoreau

theirs. Thoreau wanted to follow natures example, to "see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, ...

Walden and Civil Disobedience Examined Critically

of submitting to such solitude seems to be particularly poignant in todays society, where we all live such hectic, fast-paced live...

Analysis of the Second Chapter of Walden by Henry David Thoreau

that regards Walden as the "story of a person who traded a flawed reality for an idealistic, isolated sanctuary" (845). A close re...

A Walden Two Reaction

they need to live. A lot of attention has been paid to this concept as much war and discrepancies are precipitated on the fact tha...

More's Utopia as a Superior Model when compared with Machiavellian Ideals

of all possible worlds, at least as he saw it. Much of The Prince looks at the world through the eyes of the monarch. Machiavel...

A Critique of the Utopia in the Voice of Machiavelli

course, many will argue with this precept, suggesting that the people should rule regardless. Yet, I believe that the people would...

Building Utopia

i.e., stagnation; and progressivism, while its "strong on method" is unsure "what they should be educating for" (How to create Uto...

Utopia and Hell Visions in the Works of More, Voltaire, and Sartre

woman who all her life has rejected any opportunity to choose her path in life, as well as any responsibility for her actions; and...

The Definition of Utopia

movements for social change that were around and attempting to give them as concrete a form as possible so it would seem real" ("M...

Birth Defects and Vitamin A Overuse

In five pages this paper discusses how birth defects including those involving the cranial neural crest and retinal issues can be ...

Learning and Psychological Theories

In three pages this essay discusses how learning experiences are psychologically influenced in a consideration of humanist, social...

Nature and Henry David Thoreau

In five pages Thoreau's Walden Pond is examined in a consideration of the author's portrayal of nature. Two sources are cited in ...

Perfection Seeking in Literature

Using these two authors as our information base, we might say that one, in light of our life today, chose an unrealistic goal. The...

Transcendental Abstracts

that is, rather than a creature called "Man" who had to do everything, Man became priest, scholar, farmer, and so on (Emerson). Th...

Comparing Utopian Societies

our own society. Consider how the general population views its government and the politicians who hold political office. What we...

Solitude Perspectives of May Sarton and Henry David Thoreau

be? soliloquy that we are allowed an insight into the extent of his grief and suicidal tendencies, and in O, what a rogue and peas...

Concepts of Restraint and Freedom in Utopia by Thomas More

the society of sixteenth-century England. For example, the Utopian cities are all built on similar lines, at least as far as possi...

Thomas More - Utopia

why it has that affect. In this paper we will consider the last two paragraphs of Mores work giving an opinion on the affect it...

Late Medieval Period Account of Spielvogel and Utopia by Thomas More

peasantry, although far more numerous, have very few material resources and no political power at all: they have no say in the way...

A Comparison of Orwell and Aristotle's Ideas

not have a voice, but it is also true that there are provisions for the people to participate in government. For Aristotle (1996...

Blade Runner, Utopia, and Political Systems

In six pages this paper examines the two very different political systems represented by Utopia and Blade Runner. Four sources ar...