Utopia

In his article, Critique and Justification of Utopia, Frank E. Manuel talks about the three steps of evaluating Utopia. Step 1. The positive characteristics of utopia. Step 2. The negative characteristics of utopia. Step 3. The transcendence of utopia.

1. Utopia is a type of state being truth, the place in a person’s mind being the best place or area to be. Utopia also has a certain power in a person, if they have conflicts with society. Certain studies show that people in the lower levels of society don’t have utopia, only people who have sufficient power of being to achieve progress have utopia.

2. Utopia is also an untruth, in being only a state of mind that you can only accomplish after death. Utopia can only be accomplished being realized by pushing forward into unlimitedness of possibility. Utopia is also a sense of not being in touch with your environment. Meaning that you are not willing to be here, rather to be in utopia. Another of utopias negative sides is terrorism, or terrorists, being a state of maintaining themselves by resorting to hurt somebody else.

3. Utopias transcendent side. This side was always present in religions especially in Lutheranism. Lutherans always resisted every attempt to change reality. Christians on the other hand have found a mythical stage, where the term “utopia” is no longer applicable. By both of these religions there is a side of reality, the possible and the impossible.

Utopia is basically just a state of mind that people of good nature and some of a bad nature are trying to make true. If utopia ever goes into the hands of wrong doers, lets say terrorists we could all be in for a bad life. A life similar as to that of Nazi Germany, a life of which nobody would wish to live in. People who live in utopia live in their own prosperous past lives. The only good idea about utopia is to leave this force unconquered only if bad can be found, but if good is to be found in utopia it should be explored.
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In his article, Critique and Justification of Utopia, Frank E. Manuel talks about the three steps of evaluating Utopia. Step 1. The positive characteristics of utopia. Step 2. The negative characteristics of utopia. Step 3. The transcendence of utopia.

1. Utopia is a type of state being truth, the place in a person’s mind being the best place or area to be. Utopia also has a certain power in a person, if they have conflicts with society. Certain studies show that people in the lower levels of society don’t have utopia, only people who have sufficient power of being to achieve progress have utopia.

2. Utopia is also an untruth, in being only a state of mind that you can only accomplish after death. Utopia can only be accomplished being realized by pushing forward into unlimitedness of possibility. Utopia is also a sense of not being in touch with your environment. Meaning that you are not willing to be here, rather to be in utopia. Another of utopias negative sides is terrorism, or terrorists, being a state of maintaining themselves by resorting to hurt somebody else.

3. Utopias transcendent side. This side was always present in religions especially in Lutheranism. Lutherans always resisted every attempt to change reality. Christians on the other hand have found a mythical stage, where the term “utopia” is no longer applicable. By both of these religions there is a side of reality, the possible and the impossible.

Utopia is basically just a state of mind that people of good nature and some of a bad nature are trying to make true. If utopia ever goes into the hands of wrong doers, lets say terrorists we could all be in for a bad life. A life similar as to that of Nazi Germany, a life of which nobody would wish to live in. People who live in utopia live in their own prosperous past lives. The only good idea about utopia is to leave this force unconquered only if bad can be found, but if good is to be found in