The State of Nature: An imagined utopian community slipping into Dystopia (Great Introduction)
The nature of man compels him to seek an environment within which he can reach his optimum level of happiness. Many men throughout history have conceptualized the idyllic society, the utopia, within which mankind lives in peace and contentment, thus fulfilling this desire. Some, such as Thomas More in his Utopia, have seen it necessarily as an artificial construction, built upon a system of law ensuring the rights of and providing for the individual. Others, such as Ovid in his vision of the Golden Age, and more radically Rousseau in his Discourse on the Origins of Inequality, emphasize th…
- Conflict in the current state of Ireland.
- The State of Nature: An imagined utopian community slipping into Dystopia (Great Introduction)
- Thomas Paine-Common Sense and related writings. How do his ideas about the British Constitution compare with his ideas about nature?
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