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In this process a thief must return all stolen goods to their owner and is then sentenced to a lifetime of hard but fair labour. In doing this the criminals are converted into workers that contribute positively to society. Utopia is a reflection of More’s thoughts, feelings and opinions on politics and society at the time. While it may appear that Utopia is a representation of More’s ideal society and world, only some aspects are supported and agreed upon by More. He generally opposes and objects to certain trends of the Utopian society which he feels are ‘ridiculous.’ Despite this More still provides a comment on the social standards, ethics, operations and functions of the time.
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