An Utopian society is absolutely impossible to acheive

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guntherstauffenberg says2014-05-02T20:47:25.8002173-05:00
All four of you who answered Yes a re entirely wrong because you have such limited thinking it is beyond the realm of your narrow thought process you can only reflect the past.
madness says2014-05-02T23:05:33.2885900-05:00
We look upon cavemen and those of the medievil era with disgust. Our desendants will do the same to us, we can only get better.
1313socialist says2014-05-03T08:14:26.0478199-05:00
Impossible yes; desirable no
Dishoungh says2014-05-03T18:51:04.5447734-05:00
In a Utopia, everyone must live in harmony and they are able to understand one another. ("An imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect. The word was first used in the book Utopia (1516) by Sir Thomas More.") In order for a Utopia to form, everything must be perfect according to definition; however, no place on this Earth is perfect and follows the definition of Utopia. It is impossible for everyone to understand one another and live in sync as everyone is different in their own ways. Everyone must have the same ideals and a Utopia is a place where everything is happiness; therefore, crime, debate (arguing), and war can't be existent. BUT, there is a possibility of reaching somewhere close to a Utopia. It's just an impossibility to reach such perfection because there will always be somebody who will do evil/wrong. There will always be anger and sadness in this world. It's human nature.
Dishoungh says2014-05-21T10:31:03.2161700-05:00
Heaven is the only known utopia to ever exist, that is if you believe in such a thing.
Formerland1 says2014-06-10T21:42:31.7584600-05:00
I feel I can bring utopia ( other intj too)

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